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Brexit - Five Years On
It has been five years since Britain voted to leave the EU. But the consequences are still unclear. What will it mean for the UK? For Ireland? And for Europe?
Animals of the Metropolis
Berlin is teeming with wildlife that has adapted to life in the urban jungle
France's biggest metal festival is here with exclusive new concerts and gems from our archives.
The Nobles of Prehistory
Some Palaeolithic burials are exceptionally decorative and complex. Who were these individuals buried with so much care and adornment?
Incisive investigative documentaries and reportage
Europe: Homeless in Covid Times
As infection rates reduce across the continent and more people get vaccinated, homeless and migrants remain amongst the most vulnerable in the pandemic.
Re: Saving Europe's Amazon
A Waterway Threatens Polesia
A vast wild wetland in Eastern Europe, Polesia is home to rare bird species as well as wolves, bears and European bison. But this haven for wildlife is threatened by the proposed E40 waterway.
Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory at the Treaty of Trianon in 1920, which still haunts politics in the country today.
Afghanistan: The Land of the Taliban
The last foreign troops are leaving Afghanistan, leading to fears of a Taliban resurgence
Nigeria: Surviving Boko Haram
The city of Bama in northern Nigeria, liberated seven months ago, is just beginning to recover after being the centre of a Boko Haram caliphate.
Hope for an Anti-COVID Drug
Since the beginning of the pandemic, scientists from the Pasteur Institute in Lille have been researching a treatment for Covid-19. Since day one, our team has been following their work.
Portugal: Small Country, Big History
Mapping the World
An overview of the history of Portugal. Great trading nation and colonial power of yore, Portugal became one of the West’s poorest nations in the 20th century before undergoing a renaissance in recent years.