Norway runs small schools on remote islands so that the local chidren can get a good education. Just 15 people live on the island of Givær, on the far north coast. The children travel by boat to a school on a larger island nearby.
Copenhagen-based startup Too Good To Go is on a mission to drastically reduce food waste globally. But is its marketplace for unsold meals enough to tackle the problem? Miriam Partington has this report.
Across Eastern Europe, NGOs are accused of undermining national unity for international interests. It seems that some politicians don't want citizens to get organized, the cultural anthropologist Ivaylo Ditchev writes.
Immunization is compulsory following a state of emergency imposed last month and officials have requested unvaccinated families identify themselves.
The EU-Turkey deal may have reduced the number of people arriving through the Aegean Sea, but conditions for refugees on the Greek islands are going from bad to worse. The camp in Moria is overflowing with refugees.
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