Five years ago an earthquake and a tsunami devastated the Fukushima nuclear power plant. The result: a nuclear catastrophe that killed almost 19,000 people. With her film, Doris Dörrie pays tribute to the victims.
Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has led a somber ceremony in Tokyo to mark the seventh anniversary of the tsunami disaster. The tragedy killed some 18,500 people and triggered the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
A Fukushima court has ordered the Japanese government and nuclear plant operator TEPCO to pay damages for the 2011 triple meltdown. The case was the largest class action suit brought over the nuclear disaster.
More micro-cracks have been discovered at the Belgian Tihange 2 nuclear reactor near the German border. Belgian authorities say the nuclear plant is still safe.
A small step for Gosling, a great step for moviegoers? The Hollywood heartthrob plays astronaut Neil Armstrong in his new film, First Man, which will opens the 75th Venice Film Festival in late August.
On his 100th birthday, people all over the world are celebrating Nelson Mandela's legacy: as South Africa's first black president and a giant of the anti-apartheid struggle. But Mandela was also a family man.
Producing great music: two Chopin piano concertos are meticulously rearranged by Mikhail Pletnev and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra with the young Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov on the grand piano. A fascinating documentary by Deutsche Welle.
Cartoonists worldwide have been playing up President Donald Trump's comments following a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. The satirical political cartoons have been on high social media rotation.
New copyright filters in the EU: Platforms like YouTube have to filter uploads by users for copyright infringements. Critics fear the end of memes and say this will destroy the internet as we know it.
She was a businesswoman in a male-dominated world who created a handmade doll empire. 50 years since her death in 1968, children across the world still cherish distinctive — and sought-after — Käthe Kruse dolls.
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