It’s official now: 59 per cent of all young people in Spain have some mental problem. This is more than double what it was in 2017. What has gone wrong? Jorge Ruiz Ortiz explores the horizon.
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It was long ago that we saw so many demonstrators in Germany. It all has to do with a secret meeting of right-wing extremists, considering the mass deportation of people who have fled to our country is moving many, many people.
What to do after victory, Oleksii Blyzniuk wondered in late October. But what victory? As long as corruption exists, it is impossible to win. Because the war is a profitable business for some high-ranking officials, he says now.
This year started with a big celebration. On the 3rd of January, RAI, the Italian state television, celebrated its 70th anniversary. This is an important event for our country. When RAI started, half of Italy’s population could not read!
Most therapy is talking. And that is fine. But using a hammer can be very good as well. Ah, what a sound it gives if ceramics break, Mirela Popaja writes.
I love December. Advent brings a special atmosphere to our family. In the evenings, we sip warm tea or hot chocolate by the crackling fire, the light strings are hung inside and outside, everyone tries to get home to the warm rooms as soon as possible.
In Germany, there has just been a stir in some Christian circles because of the news that "A Christian school has been closed by the state". However, a closer look reveals a more nuanced picture and it becomes clear that Christian schools in Germany are not in danger.
For the past several weeks, my colleagues and I had the privilege of partnering with a local Muslim organisation to lead a series of six lectures on peacebuilding called "Conflict as an Opportunity."
I never cared much about Barbie dolls. I preferred to build huts. But now, "Barbie" is suddenly a hugely popular film. Barbie lures (Christian) youngsters en masse to cinemas, makes grown-ups pose in pink outfits, and causes a spike in divorces. Thus, I studied her anyway.
His friends called him “the boy with the shining eyes.” When he was only 14 years old, Ivo Hristov published his first book. By this time, he had written five collections of short stories and was working on a sixth one.