With the right equipment, any amateur cook can become a gold-star chef. But be warned - these particular pans will take a hefty toll on your bank balance...
More than 10 years after the controversial publication of images of the Prophet Mohammed, and a year after attacks on cartoonist Lars Vilks and a synagogue shook Copenhagen, Danish attitudes to the city’s 300,000 strong Muslim community have changed. We visit youth associations and cultural centres to discuss integration and the fight against radicalisation in a climate of Islamophobia.
There are several reasons why young Athenians could come under the category of "disenchanted youth of Europe". While some cling to the continent as a last bastion of hope, others turn their backs on the union. We spoke to young people of different backgrounds across the Greek capital. They spoke of their experiences of living in such difficult times full of uncertainty. Portrait of a generation.
On the 25th of January 2016, Italian researcher Giulio Regeni went missing in Cairo, Egypt. On the 3rd of February his body was found under an overpass baring clear signs of having been tortured. The last few weeks have been marked by institutional outrage, anger and shock, but over a month after Giulio was found the truth about what really happened is still struggling to come to light.
More and more people in Madrid are being forced to abandon their homes for financial reasons. Thanks to ruthless banks and forced evictions, people are looking for solutions to the housing problem – and not all of these are legal.
The "Orange Party", led by Albert Rivera, is one of the 4 major Spanish political powers running in the elections on the 20th December; the most heavily disputed since the Constitution was introduced in 1978.
She’s been a Babelian for quite some time, though she has just got back into the swing of things after a well deserved summer break. Meet Chiara, who always provides high quality translations in no time at all. For this reason we had to include her in our list of September's best translators. Let's find out more about her.
In summer, Spanish towns and cities fill up with "guiris" - especially in coastal areas. We all know who we're referring to - so much so that we can spot them with great certainty. But why have tourists in Spain ended up with this "nickname"? What exactly does "guiri" mean? Where does it come from?
The events of January 7th in Paris shook all of us deeply and stirred up feelings of resentment and fear, but it is a mistake to generalise and associate these events with religion.