'Very Abnormal' Russian Satellite Escalates Fears of Orbital Arms Race
Russia and China have been ramping up their military presence in space in order to keep up with American capabilities.
This Coffee Shop Wants to Sell You Blowjobs with Your Macchiato
If all goes well, Facegirl hopes to open the café by the end of the year. Looks like “un petit café” will have an entirely new meaning in Geneva henceforth.
The Inventor of Cigarette Filters Just Invented Three-Dimensional Chess
An interview with Ramón Galindo, who has spent the last 60 years developing a ton of inventions.
I Talked to Young Iranians About Nuclear Negotiations and the Future
Meetings over Iran's nuclear programme, which are resuming in Switzerland Monday, have reignited a small spark of hope for young Iranians I talked to.
The Seven Reasons Why Super Rich British Tax Dodgers Don't End Up in Jail
Number one: because the prisons aren't big enough.
The Story of Claudette, Geneva's Intersex Prostitute
Claudette is 76, a keen cyclist, sex workers rights activist and my friend.
Malika Gaudin Delrieu
The Story of Michel Ferrari, the Man Who Stole £28 Million But Never Saw a Dime
He spent eight years in prison for masterminding "the heist of the century" while his accomplices ran off with the money.
Julie Le Baron