An interview with the country's minister of education, Krista Kiuru Finnish education often seems paradoxical to outside observers because it appears to break a lot of the rules we take for granted. Finnish
Makoko stands out from the rest of the structures not just because it rests on barrels and the others sit on stilts, but because of what it represents. In a village stricken with poverty, the school gives
As the battle for Aleppo, Syria's largest city, rages, civilians face struggles beyond artillery fire and barrel bombs. With regular power and water main outages, access to clean water is a daily challenge
Tesco is to provide surplus food equivalent to 7m meals a year to more than 1,000 charities across the UK as it scales up its existing partnership with the food redistribution charity FareShare. The announcement
I have been covering the migrant story for three weeks in Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria. I wanted to witness, and photograph, the biggest mass migration of people in Europe since WWII.
What's the difference between growing up in an affluent family and growing up poor in America? Yes, upper-middle-class kids have more money. But they also have more attentive parents, stable families,
The gray rubber dinghy that carries Huda Malak, pregnant with her first child, sags to sea level as it approaches Lesbos. The overloaded raft has been taking on water since it launched from a crag off
Four new sets of data reveal the scale of the immigration crisis facing Europe Keeping tabs on Europe’s migration crisis is proving difficult for official data collectors. Officials used to dealing with