On this edition:
- Countertenor Jaroussky
- The world's best known flower show
- The end of Polaroid photos
- Rembrandt's most famous work "The Night Watch"
- Claudia Langer's website "Utopia"
- Johann Sebastian Bach´s new face
It’s more than 25 years since the start of the war in Bosnia but the scars are still very present for many. Notably for more than 20,000 survivors of sexual violence who have been systematically denied justice since the end of the war in 1995. That's according to a new report by Amnesty International highlighting the needs of many of these women. We hear from AI’s Todor Gardos.
We visited five winegrowing regions in Europe and wanted to know what beverage you like best.
To see whether you won our prize, click here:
Why Norwegians are the happiest people in the world. Plus: interchangeable heels make style and functionality go together. And: the Atomium in Brussels is one of Europe’s most popular landmarks.
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