In Athens, one cinema is keeping alive a dying, and deeply human, tradition.
European microstates are some of the richest countries on the continent, but human rights, including abortion, are curtailed.
It's literally just instant coffee shaken with water and sugar, but that doesn't stop it from being ubiquitous, iconic, and important to Greeks.
These cyberattacks follow a specific form of Turkish nationalism.
“The problem is that we can never predict when an earthquake can strike.”
The group posted photos showing that they infused soda, milk, and meat with hydrochloric acid, a highly corrosive substance.
Like a half-dozen other villages in a region increasingly choked by desertification, Old Mahlel has been obliterated by advancing sand dunes.
"Everyone works with corruption."
For centuries, the Tunisian spiritual music has been misunderstood. Now, musicians like Salah el Ouergli are trying to keep it from disappearing entirely.
It’s not just the skin-hued sausages and boiled cabbage that lend to Germany’s “unsexy” food appeal—in Berlin, it can feel downright impossible to find a proper meal. The glaring exception are the pastries, which are an entrenched part of German...