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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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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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Romeo and Juliet in Jordan

ArteArte Reportage, April 25, 2015.

22 minutes. A report by François-Xavier Tregan and Julien Alric.

Shakespeare shows up between Homs and Amman: a Syrian Romeo, living as a refugee in Jordan, declares his love to a Juliet locked in the besieged Syrian city of Homs….


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Syria: wresting control of Kobani from IS group

Reporters, January 30, 2015. France-24

12 minutes. A report by Massoud Ahmad, Michael Sztanke and Olivier Marzin.

After long months of fierce fighting in Northern Syria, the Kurdish town of Kobani has been recaptured from Islamic State group jihadists. Here are the final hours of the siege of Kobani.…

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Norway: give us your trash!


Arte Reportage, December 6, 2014.

12 minutes. A report by Séverine Bardon and Franck Vrignon.

Norway produces more than 10 tons of waste every year. The country favours recycling and reusing, and everything that can’t be dealt with this way, everything that, in most countries, would end up in a landfill, is used to produce energy. …

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Cambodia, a traumatized nation

ArteArte Reportage, June 7, 2014.

12 minutes. A report by Séverine Bardon and Vincent Reynaud.

In Cambodia, the trials of Khmer Rouge leaders revived memories many had hidden deep into their mind. Thirty years after the fall of Pol Pot’s regime, one third of the Cambodian population still suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Psychological reconstruction has …

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Venezuela: chronicles of a divided country

ArteArte reportage, May 24, 2014.

26 minutes. A report by Pascale Mariani, Juan Orozco, Felipe Camacho and Catalina Lobo-Guerrero.

One year after the death of President Hugo Chavez, Venezuela seems to be on the verge of a nervous breakdown. The profound division between the opponents and the partisans of Nicolas Maduro, the new President and …

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In Prijedor, survivors fight to keep memory alive

France-24Revisited, April 20, 2014.

15 minutes. Séverine Bardon and Sébastien Lafargue’s report.

In Bosnia-Herzegovina, the discovery of the Prijedor mass grave has revived the trauma of a war that local authorities work hard to ignore. Physical traces of the conflict have been carefully erased: the Omarska detention camp is once again a mine (operated by …

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