By Morteza Nikoubazl
Kabul is a bustling city, full of people who want to see their country become less violent and more stable.
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
By Kai Pfaffenbach
“Is this legal?”
That was the question I asked myself almost two years ago, when I was walking along the embankment of the River Main in Frankfurt and saw the fence around the new European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters construction site.
Last month North and South Korea allowed a group of families divided by the Korean War to come together for a brief reunion. Separated on either side of the border between North and South, it was the first time they had seen each other in more than six decades.