Sarah Souli

The Borders Issue 2019

The Last Places in Europe Where It’s Illegal to Get an Abortion

European microstates are some of the richest countries on the continent, but human rights, including abortion, are curtailed.
Sarah Souli
8.19.19
Munchies

How the Instant-Coffee Frappé Became a Beloved Greek Institution

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.
Sarah Souli
8.13.18
TURKEY

Turkey’s band of pro-Erdoğan hackers keep trolling Europe

These cyberattacks follow a specific form of Turkish nationalism.
Sarah Souli
3.17.18
Extractions

The Plan to Build a Gold Mine on a Seismic Fault in Greece

“The problem is that we can never predict when an earthquake can strike.”
Sarah Souli
2.1.18
Greece

Greek Anarchists Say They're Injecting Groceries with Toxic Acid

The group posted photos showing that they infused soda, milk, and meat with hydrochloric acid, a highly corrosive substance.
Sarah Souli
12.21.17
Motherboard

Sand Is Wiping This Tunisian Town Off the Map

Like a half-dozen other villages in a region increasingly choked by desertification, Old Mahlel has been obliterated by advancing sand dunes.
Sarah Souli
3.9.17
granules

Sand Is Wiping This Tunisian Town Off the Map

Like a half-dozen other villages in a region increasingly choked by desertification, Old Mahlel has been obliterated by advancing sand dunes.
Sarah Souli
3.9.17
Germany

Merkel scores political win by getting Tunisia to speed up deportations of rejected asylum seekers

Sarah Souli
3.6.17
Features

Illegal Trees: The Tunisian Smuggling Racket You’ve Never Heard Of

"Everyone works with corruption."
Sarah Souli
11.23.16
PROFILES

Can Stambeli, the Spiritual Music of Tunisia, Be Saved?

For centuries, the Tunisian spiritual music has been misunderstood. Now, musicians like Salah el Ouergli are trying to keep it from disappearing entirely.
Sarah Souli
10.7.16
Germany

The Best Part of German Cuisine Has Always Been the Pastries

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...
Sarah Souli
9.12.16
Features

I Became a Citizen of Bitnation, a Blockchain-Powered Virtual Nation. Now What?

The whole process was disappointingly anti-climactic.
Sarah Souli
9.12.16
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