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Syrian musicians in exile

Arte Reportage. April 15, 2017.

22 minutes. A report by Marie Dubois and Rémi Mazet.

Since 2015, dozens of Syrian musicians have been performing as the Syrian Expat Philharmonic Orchestra, known as the SEPO.

Karam, Hivron, and Modar live in France, Germany, and the Netherlands respectively. They were professional musicians in Damascus and Aleppo, but …

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Ecuador: the rush for oil in Yasuni national park

Revisited. March 26, 2017.

15 minutes. A report by Antoine Boddaert.

Located in eastern Ecuador, the Yasuni Park is a unique ecosystem. Thousands of species of plants and wildlife are concentrated in this part of the Amazon rainforest. But the park and its treasures are directly threatened by drilling for oil……

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My life on a bike

Reportages. March 19, 2017.

60 minutes. A report by Guillaume Jeannin and Hélène Bossy.

120 000 French people ride a bike to go on vacation each year. Cycling is a way to get off the beaten track, to meet people, to travel at a different pace. Ecological, the bike can also turn into a working

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Abkhazia, the country that (almost) doesn’t exist

logo-f24-pour-siteRevisited, October 2, 2016.

15 minutes. A report by Pierre Lascar and Ilioné Schultz.

To the outside world, it’s a country that doesn’t exist. Or almost. Although Abkhazia seceded from Georgia and declared independence almost a quarter of a century ago, only a handful of countries recognise its existence, among them its powerful neighbour Russia. …

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Freedom vs Security: the state of emergency in France

ArteArte Reportage, March 26, 2016.

52 minutes. A documentary by Serge Moati and Yoann Gillet.

Following the tragic events of Paris on November 13, 2015, a state of emergency has been declared in France. But what does it really mean?

Strengthening border controls, increasing the number of searches, intensifying intelligence gathering, deploying police and security …
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USA: Love in black and white

ArteArte Reportage. February 25, 2016.

26 minutes. A report by Anne Loussouarn and Emmanuel Bach.

In 2014, a young Afro-American was killed in Ferguson by a white policeman. This event upset the whole American society. Seven years after Barack Obama’s election, what is the state of the relations between Black and White communities?

Ashlyn and …

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Khady and Massamba: caste struggle

ArteArte Reportage, February 13, 2016.

26 minutes. A report by Anne Loussouarn and James de Caupenne.

Khady and Massamba live together in Senegal’s capital city Dakar. He is a geer, a nobleman. She is from a family of griot, the storytellers of Western Africa. Because she is a commoner, the young man’s family …

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Bolivia, childhood at work

France-5November 17th, 2015.

52 minutes. A documentary by Jean-Baptiste Jacquet.

They shine shoes, sell chewing gums or clean cars in the street. In Bolivia, as many as 850000 children and teenagers are at work. Almost one out of three.

So far, these activities were illegal. But since summer 2014, young Bolivians can work legally as …

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Myanmar: the incredible fate of the Htoo brothers

ArteArte Reportage, Novembre 7, 2015.

24 minutes. A report by Steve and Am Sandford.

When they were kids, Johnny and Luther Htoo were invincible. This is at least what believed “God’s Army” soldiers, a Karen guerilla group led by the 12 years old twin brothers.

Today, Johnny and Luther are 27 years old. Their past …

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God is laugh

canal TESTL’effet papillon, june 6, 2015.

8 minutes. A report by Feurat Alani.

Since 9/11, islamophobia and extremism are both raising in the United States. Ahmed Ahmed, an american muslim comedian, decided to fight against them with his own weapon, comedy, throughout the Middle-East and the United States.…

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