Millions of people died in Soviet gulags during Stalin's reign of terror. A museum in Moscow has taken on the mission of telling their stories. Can it help Russians in the age of Putin come to term with their troubled past?
A heated debate has broken out in Russia over Stalin's legacy. Is teaching children about crimes committed under Stalin's rule "dangerous to their health?" An historian has taken the issue to court.
Four Lithuanians are going on an expedition to the Siberian wilderness to find out more about their grandparents' tragedy when they were deported by Stalin. Karolis Vysniauskas reports from Vilnius.
Kids learn super spy skills at a unique summer camp in Washington, DC. Tracking an elusive Agent X teaches them operational awareness, personal safety, memory and communication.
Hundreds of thousands of Russians are in prison, and many feel they have been treated unfairly. A Moscow-based nonprofit organization looks after victims of an often unjust justice system. DW's Juri Rescheto reports.
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