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Afghanistan: Lost Soldiers of the Red Army
284 Russian soldiers are still missing in Afghanistan from the Soviet-Afghan War, a conflict that ended in 1989. ARTE Reportage goes in search of these lost red army soldiersWatch
Predicting Earthquakes on the Bosphorus
The Turkish city of some 15 million souls lies over an active fault line which seismologists believe is due for another earthquake. Is the city on the Bosphorus prepared?
Colombia: A Nation in Revolt
Mapping the World
Colombia is still struggling to control violence from extreme groups and drug cartels
New Dehli: Nehru's Lost Love
City Country Culture
The Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Dehli was the backdrop for a 1920s love story, doomed from the start
USA: 9-11 Survivors' Long Struggle
20 years on, survivors of the September 11 attacks are still deeply scarred by their experiences.
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A World of Volcanoes
Mapping the World
There are an estimated 1,500 active volcanoes on Earth and in the 20th century, 437 of them erupted. Both a blessing and a curse, they have shaped our world on land and at the sea.
Author of Solaris
Poland's most famous sci-fi writer predicted smartphones and virtual reality decades in advance. Yet his life is shrouded in mystery and paradox. Who was he really?
25-year-old Sibel relentlessly hunts down a wolf that is said to be prowling in the neighbouring forest.
Secrets of the Ghent Altarpiece
The monumental tableau that is the Ghent Altarpiece captures the viewer with its intense realism and complicated symbolism.
Domino Effect tells the stories of four people whose lives suddenly turn upside down when they go viral on social media.
When it was up to Sweden to host the Eurovision, the counterculture mobilised big time in a bid to take down ABBA
Jean de la Fontaine and his Fables
A look at the life and work of the famous French fabulist, a source of inspiration for illustrators across the centuries.