Se trata del último movimiento en la crisis en Ucrania en la que Rusia ha decidido intervenir de lleno poniendo en alerta a medio mundo. El jefe del servicio nacional de seguridad ucraniano (SBU), Valentyn Nalivaichenko, ha asegurado a Reuters que el sistema de telecomunicaciones del país está sufriendo ciberataques…
Earlier this week, surreal images emerged of Ukrainian protesters storming the palace of President Viktor Yanukovych, who fled the capital city after violent unrest. Now, protesters have made their way into another mansion, the home of attorney general Victor P. Pshonka. No ostriches, as were found on Yanukovych's…
Changes in Red Hook, violence in Kiev, and new ideas for Paris from mayoral candidates. Plus Bogotá bans cars for a week, California might divide into six states, and the surprising history of Hollywood. These are all the Urban Reads you need.
Detroit outlines a plan to get itself out of debt, salt shortages are making a snowstorm near you even worse, and another week of violence is igniting in Kiev. It's this week's look at What's Ruining Our Cities.
These photoshopped images combine shots of Kiev from before and after the riots using the same vantage points. Looking at the dramatic contrast between happy people enjoying the sun and peace and the anger of people behind in barricades is disheartening.
El antes y el ahora de las protestas en Ucrania. A la izquierda, la plaza de la independencia de Kiev, antes de las revueltas de la población contra el actual gobierno. A la derecha, la misma plaza hoy. El fotomontaje es un testigo mudo de los gravísimos incidentes que asolan Ucrania estos días. Podéis ver un montaje…
Protests against new anti-democratic laws in Ukraine are increasing in intensity, with four citizens reported dead. As you can see in these extraordinary images by Ilya Varlamov, the demonstrators are using rockets made with fireworks. They look like scenes from some science-fiction movie about urban warfare.
These kids think that climbing the cables of the Moscow Bridge in Kiev is a lot of fun. And they are probably right. I'm freaking out by just looking at the video. [Thanks Karl!]
Urban explorers in Kiev risked a journey into the city's metro, and they discovered stark but glistening subterranean corridors. Just remember it's never a good idea to gallivant around subway tunnels. You have to watch out for incoming trains...and Morlocks.
What you see here says a lot about you: A man, contemplating his failures? A construction worker enjoying his lunch? A lucky bastard, about to launch down the most amazing zipline on the planet?