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One small joint for a man - A huge blow for mankind?

NASA announces its plans to conduct safety review of “SpaceX” and “Boeing”. It seems that the only  reason behind this is just one small joint.

Bertolucci dead at 77 - RIP or Be Condemned?

The famous Italian filmmaker has died yesterday. Between world-acclaimed artistic success and an alleged non-consensual rape scene, many are startled as to what reaction they should have. Here’s a short overview of the topic - from different angles, of course.

Georgia Under The Fear of A Syringe

The rising debate in many countries about legalizing cannabis is involving facts, emotions, local tradition and history and other interest. We look at Georgia as an example, but it's repeating in various ways in many other countries.

The Superhero Who Saved My Childhood - In Loving Memory of Stan Lee

On November 12 the legend of the comic-book world Stan Lee has passed away. He is loved and mourned by millions. But still, what was so special about a guy who believed that "With great power should also come great responsibility"?

To Breathe or Not to Breathe ? Air Level Pollution Hits a Dangerous Peak in New Delhi

The story repeats from year to year - Every autumn, farmers burn grass after harvesting and every autumn, a dark veil thickens over the city.

Japan is Suffering From the Highest Suicide Rates Amongst Children and Adolescents in 30 Years

Most suicides were committed by high school students, who are teens under the age of 18 in the Japanese education system. Japanese officials claim that the number of suicides increases sharply with the beginning of the school year on September 1.

MeToo - Lessons (Un)Learned

Following is the story of our young and enthusiastic reporter, trying to find his way in a world where norms are changing while trying to shed the light on some aspects of the men/women relations.

The World of Volunteering

We all care about ourselves and our closest ones. But many of us also help others, be it with money donations, with our efforts, or otherwise. Our writer Mariam, a veteran volunteer at her young age, sheds some light on this phenomenon.