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The decision not to extradite Julian Assange to the US is unlikely to be the end of his struggle. For the past 10 years, a team of reporters has followed Assange and the WikiLeaks network.
What is life like for Jews in Europe today? What are their stories? How do they combine traditional and modern life? And how do they deal with marginalization and threats?
What are their stories? How do they combine traditional and modern life? And how do they deal with marginalization and threats?
Bhutan is often presented as an ideal country. The kingdom is famous for its breathtaking nature, environmental awareness, and its inhabitants' happiness. But behind the facade lurks a darker reality.
Antiquities stolen in the Middle East have resurfaced in art markets all over the world. Police have joined archaeologists in a global effort to stop criminals trafficking these priceless artefacts.
Are anonymous sperm donors set to become history? More and more children who were conceived using sperm from anonymous donors are demanding to know who their biological fathers are.
With this series, we travel to the world’s most legendary Grand Hotels. Each enchants with its beauty, history and fascinating stories of famous visitors. Now, we pay a visit to the Beau-Rivage, in Geneva.
Postponed by a year. Plagued by existential rumors. The Tokyo Olympics have had a rocky road, thus far. But what’s it like for the athletes?
The murderer was from the neighborhood. When he shot nine young people in Hanau on February 19, 2020, the racist attack shook Germany. In the fight against racism, is society failing?
North Korean housewife Ryun-hee Kim’s story is unique. After finding herself in South Korea, her only wish is to return to her family in the North. But politics make this impossible. Will her life ever be the same again?
A French manufacturer of weapons components has been charged with complicity in war crimes. It is a trial that could set an important precedent, and might change the way arms manufacturers do business.
Viruses can be fatal, but some viruses can in fact be life-sustaining. The SARS-CoV-2 virus has killed large numbers of people during the current pandemic. But humans wouldn’t exist without viruses.
Part of the main artery of Kenya's capital, Nairobi, this bridge is many things to many people. Vegetables, a new bed, a plate of cheap soup - even a new hairstyle: You can get all that, and more, on the bridge.
When Davor and Andela Rostuhar got married, the young couple decided to do something unusual.
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Humanity faces major challenges. Could roots hold the answers?
Sometimes reality is more exciting than a political thriller. This is certainly the case behind the scenes at the EU climate summit.
Every fifth fish caught in the sea is fished by illegal fleets. This is a scandal with serious consequences for the entire marine ecosystem.
For one group, at least, the erection of the Berlin Wall on August 13, 1961 was a stroke of luck. Over the following decades, the Wall would be the lifeblood of the East German secret police, known as the Stasi.
KKK: Three letters that instantly conjure images of hooded processions, public lynchings, and churches in flames.
The elegant "American Colony Hotel" in Jerusalem is an island of tranquility in a troubled city. The grand hotel has lived through all of Jerusalem’s serious crises.
Afghanistan has been in a state of emergency for four decades. Women in particular suffer as a result, becoming pawns in ideological conflicts.
For years, Vietnamese children and teenagers have been disappearing in Germany. Those responsible are c human traffickers whose networks span continents.
New viruses and diseases, previously found only in tropical climates, are reaching Europe. Researchers in a high-security lab on the Baltic Sea island of Riems are working to put a stop to these dangerous viruses.
In the EU, a battle over power and money is raging. Since the summer of 2020, a majority of EU states have been pushing to attach conditions to the allocation of EU funds.
In the jungles of northwestern Colombia, medical care is largely unavailable. As a result, births pose a high risk.
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