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"When there aren’t thousands of armed policemen to protect them, queer people in Serbia remain mostly invisible, hiding from bashing, hate speech and discrimination."
To explore what it means to be queer in the Balkans, I decided to interview seven activists from six countries in the region.
It is difficult to estimate accurately how many children have gone missing along the way. Lone children are often invisible
You are the real Europeans. It is you who deserve Europe’s aid.
When it comes to how power is exercised in Belgrade these days, it looks much more like Moscow than Berlin.
They're camping outdoors in sub-zero temperatures.
“Slavic cool” is everywhere these days. As Seth Sherwood writes in a recent New York Times travel article, it is especially
Bucharest, Romania Sweet Root's menu is based on Lithuanian cuisine that changes based on the seasons and the ingredients
Finding Azam urgently requires worldwide action and commitment from each one of us. We need to issue a worldwide AMBER alert, we need full cooperation of local authorities, interpol, and the members of the international community to stop this disaster and prevent it from happening again.