Register for our free newsletter AN event next month will explore the impact Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder has on the families of members of the armed forces. Edinburgh Napier University is hosting an expert panel including a former Commando, an actress, a journalist … [Read more...] about Edinburgh’s Napier University to host event looking at impact of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder on families
Artist Wang Qingsong was born in 1966, just after China's Cultural Revolution had begun, so he only experienced it as a young child. Although the revolution ended more than four decades ago, the artist feels that it still continues to shape China. "We're still inclined to … [Read more...] about How China is still impacted by its Cultural Revolution
Petrobras' net loss widened to $10.2 billion (9 billion euros) in the last quarter of 2015, the oil giant reported Tuesday, as it struggled to cope with tumbling oil prices. Last year alone the price of a barrel of crude fell more than 40 percent. The shortfall was steeper than … [Read more...] about Brazil’s Petrobras posts record loss
Noor Ebrahim used to live in Cape Town's District Six. He remembers the day the bulldozers came. "I was standing right there when they demolished my home in front of me," he told DW. 50 years ago, on February 11, 1966, the South African government declared District Six a … [Read more...] about Post-apartheid District Six slow to rise again
The Polish goalkeeper "Most of my English work colleagues voted to the leave the EU," Polish forklift driver Piotr Warzoch told DW a month to the day that the bombshell result was announced. "Even my boss!" Warzoch, who has lived in the English town of Luton, about 50 … [Read more...] about Has the public’s initial post-Brexit denial passed?