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The Dependent Generation: Half Young European Adults Live With Their Parents

Eurofound report says it’s not just people finishing education who struggle to live independently, but those in their 30s too. Almost half of Europe’s young adults are living with their parents, new data suggests – a record level of dependency that has sobering social and demographic implications for the continent. One of the most comprehensive […]

High unemployment, strict austerity, weak economic growth: people in Europe’s crisis-stricken states worry about the future, in particular the youth. Could their frustration manifest itself in radicalization? Slowly but surely, Europe is dragging itself out of its economic crisis. According to latest forecasts, the overall eurozone economy will grow by around 1 percent in the […]

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More and more Spaniards are seeking free food in the form of soup kitchens as the soaring costs of everyday life are set to bring a cruel Christmas. After dropping off her children at school in Barcelona, Esmerelda Ingles eats out for breakfast, not at one of the Spanish Mediterranean city’s swanky cafes but at […]

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Kenya’s tourism earnings dropped by 7.4 per cent to Sh96 billion in the 2012/2013 financial year due to uncertainties caused by the March 4 General Election. The earnings were Sh7.7 billion less than the 103.9 billion generated the previous year. “Incidents which contributed to the non-resumption of charters, the uncertainty surrounding the March 4 election […]

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Red Light London

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The world’s oldest profession is changing. Smartphone apps and the ongoing euro crisis are posing some of the newest obstacles for sex workers already confronted with traditional, deep-seated challenges: violence, health risks and ostracism. Senior correspondent Corinne Purtill looks at the changing nature of prostitution in Britain and the policy problems it poses. Mz Jane […]

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