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Black Bomb A
After appearing at Hellfest in 2012 and again in 2018, the French hardcore punk band is back for Hellfest 2021.
France's biggest metal festival is here with exclusive new concerts and gems from our archives.
Iran: Sanctions Bite
As heavy sanctions on Iran take their toll, many young Iranians are looking for a way out of the country.
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
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.
The Israel-Palestine Conflict
Israel is experiencing a wave of violence not seen since the second Intifada in the 2000s.
Antarctica: Ice and Greed
Mapping the World
All world powers want a piece of Antartica, the only continent that belongs to everyone and no one.
Cybersecurity: How Can We Protect Ourselves?
As more and more of our important personal data is online, how can we protect ourselves from hackers? .
Italy's Villages Attract Urban Types
The Provinces for Beginners
The local council of Teora pays new arrivals’ rent for two years if their children go to the village school. A family from Naples and a British family have answered the call.