With big dreams and little money, young Moroccans are stuck in limbo
Moroccan boys on the breakwater next to Melilla’s harbor. Jan. 15, 2014. (José Colón/MeMo)
With Little Money and Big Dreams, Young Africans Head for Spain
Inside the Spanish enclave of Melilla, bordered by Morocco and the Mediterranean, desperately poor young Africans wait to hop on a freighter and make their way to Spain and a new life. For many, it is a frustrating, if not hellish, cycle of waiting and trying, getting caught and waiting again.
Source: The New York Times - Lens
Waking up to Brexit
A 28, a university graduate, the child of an English mother and a Vietnamese immigrant father makes her intimate reflections on the Brexit aftermath as a young journalist who has worked in Britain, Hong Kong, the United States and now France.
Source: AFP Correspondent
Iraq’s Yazidis Return Home To Face Cruel Economic Blockade
But the situation back home for many Yazidis is anything but happy. In some new ways, political and military power struggles in the area are making life difficult, and may be a sign of worse troubles to come in Iraq, after the security crisis caused by the IS group.