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Borders – China/Laos: the Thriving

Reporters. July 2, 2022. 

14 minutes. A report by Adri Berger and Dara Pathammavong, with Séverine Bardon and Olivier Marzin.


In Laos, the only country in Southeast Asia without a coastline, it’s hoped a high-speed train line will help open up the country and usher in an economic boom. The 420-kilometre-long rail link takes …

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Borders – Kenya/Uganda: the Undecided

Reporters. June 25, 2022.

14 minutes. A report by Bastien Renouil, with Séverine Bardon and Olivier Marzin.


Located on Lake Victoria in East Africa, Migingo is the most densely populated island in the world. Covering an area smaller than a football pitch, the tiny island is home to several hundred people from Uganda …

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Borders – French Guiana/Brazil: the Uncontrollable

Reporters. June 18, 2022.

14 minutes. A report by Fanny Lothaire and Laura Damase, with Séverine Bardon and Olivier Marzin.

Every day, nearly 3,000 dugout canoes cross the Oyapock River, which serves as a natural demarcation in South America between Brazil and French Guiana. The river’s banks are the scene of trafficking, illegal immigration and …

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Borders – Iraq/Saudi Arabia: the Ajar

Reporters. June 11, 2022.

14 minutes. A report by Lucile Wassermann, with Séverine Bardon and Olivier Marzin.


When Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990, Saudi Arabia closed the border and cut off all relations with Iraq. The Arar crossing would only reopen 30 years later, on November 18, 2020. This is currently the only crossing point …

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The Philippines: breaking the silence

Arte Reportage. September 26, 2020. 

24 minutes. A report by Marianne Dardard, Stéphane Morel, Robert Malicsi and Violeta Fernandez. 

Scandals of sexual abuses of minors by priests shatter the Catholic Church all over the world. Asia seemed to be spared, even though the continent is home to the largest Catholic country in the world: the …

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RDC: Female miners fighting for their rights

Arte Reportage. October 5, 2019. 

24 minutes. A report by Eleonora Vio and Marine Courtade. 

Women working in the mining industry in the Democratic Republic of Congo work for almost nothing. Many are forced to supplement their wages with either prostitution or theft. But a change is coming. A group of women in the east

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From suburbs to Amazone

Kazadok. September 17, 2019.

26 minutes. A report by Hélène Renaux.

Yacine is 17 years old, and his only horizon has always been the concrete buildings of this suburban area. He was born and grew up in Seine-Saint-Denis, one of the poorest French department.  
Jean-Pierre Aurières is a geography teacher and he has a …

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India: The Children’s Newspaper

Arte Reportage. March 30, 2019.

24 minutes. A report by Séverine Bardon and Olivier Le Hellard.

Founded in 2003, Balaknama is a newspaper staffed almost entirely with street children from Delhi’s slums changing the lives of many deprived youngsters.


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Is Iceland’s economic miracle a social model for Europe?

Revisited. August 26, 2018.

14 minutes. A report by Séverine Bardon and Félix Vigné.

Ten years after Iceland plunged into a deep crisis after its banking system collapsed like a house of cards, the country has called virtually everything into question: its financial structures, politics and even the way its society works in general. This …

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Maracaibo, the story of Venezuela’s collapse

Reporters. March 21, 2018.

12 minutes. A report by Matthieu Delmas andChris Huby.

Maracaibo is the second-largest city in Venezuela. Its residents face soaring inflation, widespread poverty and shortages. Under Hugo Chavez, Venezuela based its economy on oil exports. But the fall in oil prices led to a crippling economic crisis. Most people can no …

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