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  • Watch: A return following deportation (ARTE)

    Watch: A return following deportation (ARTE)

      Karan lived in Norway with his family for six years before they had their asylum application rejected and were deported back to Iraq. In the autumn of 2015, Karan, now aged 11, arrived in Norway, having made the dangerous journey from Iraq for...

  • Watch: Forbidden love in Bosnia (ARTE)

    Watch: Forbidden love in Bosnia (ARTE)

    In Bosnia-Herzegovina, in the courtyard of the school in Travnik, a fence separates the Muslims from the Croats; The buildings are also divided according to the ethnic groups. While the policy of "two schools under one roof" was declared...

  • Watch: The business of development aid (ARTE)

    Watch: The business of development aid (ARTE)

    The story of how aid money is ended up in the hands of big business. An investigation spanning three countries that asks: should development aid money really be used to import frozen German pizzas into Africa to feed the middle classes?

  • Watch: The devastating effects of mass deportation (ARTE)

    Watch: The devastating effects of mass deportation (ARTE)

    For years, Afghan refugees were allowed to remain on German soil. But since December 2016, the federal state has been organising mass deportations of rejected asylum seekers. From Bavaria to Afghanistan, ARTE highlights the human consequences.

  • Watch: Not even teens but facing deportation from their own homeland

    Watch: Not even teens but facing deportation from their own homeland

    11 year-old Hawjin and 9 year-old Nawjin were born in Norway, and have lived there all of their lives. The Norwegian government has rejected the family's application for asylum, and plans to deport the family to the homeland of the girls' parents,...

  • Watch: Croatia's teen party haven (ARTE)

    Watch: Croatia's teen party haven (ARTE)

    For those who want to party on the cheap, the beach of Zrce, on the Croatian coast, is the new Eldorado. Each summer, more than 100,000 young people come here to party. A windfall for the Croatian population? On the contrary: the trickle down...

  • Watch: Innovations ahead of their time: The monocle (ARTE)

    Watch: Innovations ahead of their time: The monocle (ARTE)

    Sometimes, scientists are ahead of their time and we just are not ready for it yet. And as genius as the invention is, it flops. This episode: the monocle, aka the steampunk Google Glass.

  • Watch: Fifteen years of hip hop dance (ARTE)

    Watch: Fifteen years of hip hop dance (ARTE)

    Raphaël Stora, Parisian and ex hip hop dancer, goes through fifteen years of personal film footage. He goes on a journey through dance and film to meet the latest Parisian talent.

  • Watch: Is Europe Christian? (ARTE)

    Watch: Is Europe Christian? (ARTE)

    In Italy, land confiscated from mafiosis is used for community projects, but not without a backlash from the gangsters. In Greece, the influence of the Orthodox church on society, and even the state, still remains huge. We interview Jean-Louis...

  • Watch: Maison de la danse in Lyons (ARTE)

    Watch: Maison de la danse in Lyons (ARTE)

    Five dancers and three musicians give shape to Noam Chomsky's philosophical theories.

  • Watch: The Yezidi's sacred spring (ARTE)

    Watch: The Yezidi's sacred spring (ARTE)

    Hammed Khamis, a Muslim from Berlin, is fighting against the perversion of his religion and the persecution of the Yezidis, a Kurdish-speaking community in Iraq. His best friend, Tamara, is Yezidi. She wants to christen her child the traditional...

  • Watch: Terrace fields in Peru (ARTE)

    Watch: Terrace fields in Peru (ARTE)

    In the Peruvian Andes, the Cañete River flows in the middle of the valley. Near its source, terraced crops extend as far as the eye can see. An extensive irrigation system keeps the fields watered. For the first time, a team filmed this region and...

  • Watch: Overpopulation in Beijing (ARTE)

    Watch: Overpopulation in Beijing (ARTE)

    In Beijing, wages are low and but rents have skyrocketed. Many Beijingers have few options left. And thus a strange underworld was born: long corridors leading to tiny underground rooms, in basements originally designed as bomb shelters. They...

  • Watch: Is the whole world leaning right? (ARTE)

    Watch: Is the whole world leaning right? (ARTE)

    Historian of ideas, François Cusset, argues that right wing attitudes are becoming commonplace worldwide. Even communist China is capitalist. But for the Swedish essayist Johan Norberg, there is no left or right division. Progress is on the way:...

  • Watch: Three artists' mark on Athens (ARTE)

    Watch: Three artists' mark on Athens (ARTE)

    The Galerie 3137 has been spicing up the Athenian art scene for 5 years now with its very original pop-up shows. Plus an interview with the three artists in their gallery of just 27 m², in the neighborhood that inspired them: Monastiraki.

  • Watch: Padma in Gya-Laddakh, India (ARTE)

    Watch: Padma in Gya-Laddakh, India (ARTE)

    Two girls from the Indian state of Ladakh, known as Little Tibet, introduce us to their daily lives.

  • Watch: Danube fishing in terminal decline (ARTE)

    Watch: Danube fishing in terminal decline (ARTE)

    The residents of the Danube delta in Romania, who have been fishermen for generations, are watching the old way of life die out. EU environmental regulations make commercial fishing almost impossible, even on a small scale. We follow one of the...

  • Watch: New York and its artists after 100 days of Trump (ARTE)

    Watch: New York and its artists after 100 days of Trump (ARTE)

    New York: since the election of Trump, artists are joining the resistance; a focus on Adam Goldman, creator of the series The Outs; a meeting in Brooklyn with singer Sophie Auster; and a visit to the Manhattan workshop of Trina Merry.

  • Watch: The strange relationship between coloniser and colonised (ARTE)

    Watch: The strange relationship between coloniser and colonised (ARTE)

    In 1905, Victor Bermon, a naval officer, was tasked with ensuring a French presence on the Yang-Tse-Kiang in Indochina. He took several hundred pictures of everyday life on the river, revealing the strange relationship between coloniser and...

  • Watch: The gardens of Peterhof, Russia (ARTE)

    Watch: The gardens of Peterhof, Russia (ARTE)

    Fascinated by the gardens of Versailles which he visited in 1717, Tsar Peter the Great was inspired. He wanted to build something that would surpass even Versailles in scale and splendour. And thus he commissioned the gardens of Peterhof, with a...

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