European Muslims Struggle With Discrimination

islamophobiaPopulistic far right winged parties are gaining more power in the EU, making a shift in the debate and effecting Muslims in Europe. While Islamophobia is on the rise in the UK, Denmark  is in an intermediate position, slowly adopting the Muslim custom in society while glancing over to the UK.
By Karen Lee and Nasim Rahsepar

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Syrian refugee assimilation is ill-fated in Turkey

While Turkey has been accommodating to Syrian refugees, it is looking at nearly one million people who have continuously fled a sectarian civil war with no end in sight. Camps provide basic needs, but only for 30 percent of the Syrians–the rest are left to assimilate in a country that views them only as guests.

By Tasnim Chaaban and Ida Mojadad

Story and extras: http://chaabanmoj.mediajungle.dk

The Change of Tourisme and the Decline of Torremolinos

The Decline of Torremolinos

Torremolinos of Spain was the pinnacle of high society vacation in the foregone century. Today a new form of traveling – the all-inclusive holiday is keeping the tourists in their hotels and the local businesses are struggling to stay afloat.

http://www.philiproin.com/the-change-of-tourism-and-the-decline-of-torremolinos/

Greek detention centres are a living hell

You wont believe it’s Europe seeing the conditions irregular migrants face in detention centres in Greece. Now, the migrants risk being detained indefinitely, in spite of EU legislation stating 18 months of detention as a maximum.

Learn more about the conditions in Greece by clicking here.

 

House Evictions in Spain

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Since the beginning of the global financial crisis in 2008, Spain suffered from a severe rise in unemployment. With over 5 million people left unemployed, homeowners were primarily affected. To learn more, please visit this website

A dying debate

finalDespite increasing support for euthanasia, the Danish parliament remains stalwart in its skepticism. A professor calls the topic a lost cause in the political scene.

http://willesenkenez.mediajungle.dk/2014/06/03/a-dying-debate/

 

‘When does it stop’

IMG_6125Gas extractions in the province of Groningen in the Netherlands have caused many earthquakes in multiple villages. The citizens of one of these villages, Loppersum, have suffered a lot while the responsible gas company is being reluctant in compensating. Read more.. 

By Karim Al Amin