Current Affairs

The Forgotten Nuclear Victims

From 1950 to 1990, France, the United-States and the United Kingdom dropped hundreds of nuclear bombs on the Pacific islands. At the cost of sacrificing the local populations.

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Poland: A Divided Country

Poland is more divided than ever before, between those who defend traditional values and those who want Poland to modernise and look to the future.

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Greenwashing : The Climate Killer 

Faced with consumer pressure amid the climate crisis, multinationals increasingly vaunt their commitment to “carbon neutrality”. But can we believe their claims of ‘net zero’ or is this simply greenwashing?

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Thailand: Return of the Sex Tourists

As soon as Thailand reopened its borders to tourists, the pedophiles returned. And as poverty in the country has worsened, the successes achieved in the past decades in the fight against pedophile sex tourism are now on the line.

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Turkey: The World According to Erdogan

We journey through Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Turkey, torn between submission and resistance.

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Green Warriors: Children of Lead (Short Version)

From Peru, where the mineral is extracted, all the way to France, where the metal is refined, lead pollutes the earth, the rivers, food supplies, and local people.

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Don’t Come Back: In the Ruins of Mosul

July 2017, Mosul is freed but in left in ruins. Ghadeer, a young journalist who fled to Brussels when Mosul fell into the hands of ISIS decides to abandon the promise of a future in Europe to return home.

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Kaliningrad: A Russian Fortress in the Heart of Europe

Located on the shores of the Baltic Sea, between Poland and Lithuania, Kaliningrad is a piece of Russia in the heart of Europe.

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Between Grandeur and Repression: The New Egypt

With its thousand-year-old civilization, its exceptional archaeological heritage and the beauty of the Nile, Egypt used to be one of the favorite destinations for tourists. Yet, behind the postcard, its 110 million inhabitants are subject to unprecedented repression. The hopes for change and freedom born of the Tahrir Square Revolution in 2011 were quickly swept away.

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