Between Europe's Borders
Mohammed is stuck in Melilla. He can't go back to his parents in Morocco, but he can't get further into Europe either.
Two young leaders from San Marino and Andorra on why they decided to go into national politics, in micro-states as populated as small cities.
For decades, Belgium has quietly offered an escape for activists considered enemies of the Spanish state. Here's how.
What had started out as an innocent meme mocking the 2017 struggle for independence in Catalonia ended up deeply dividing Spain.
On a 20-minute journey between Sweden and Denmark, people from both sides come together to drink and dance (to ABBA, naturally).
For decades, a hard border has divided Greek Cyprus and Turkish Cyprus, through Nicosia. One photographer spoke to those on both sides.
Brexit has rekindled one of the worst periods of the Rock’s recent history: the closing of the border that separates Gibraltar from their neighbours in Spain.
Should tourists in the Netherlands be allowed to buy weed?
In Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbs and Albanians live right next to each other, but never mingle.
Photographer Hedda Rysstad spent time in northern Norway with young Sámis, whose existence and language were repressed and marginalised for decades.
The Spanish enclave of Ceuta is not an exciting place to live – let alone to rave. And so privileged-enough kids freely cross the border with Morocco for a proper night out.
Abortion activists explain how Brexit's political mess is making the lives of women seeking an abortion even harder.