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Focus On Europe
The poisoning of Alexei Navalny is not the first attack on a Putin critic in Russia. EU goods could face high import tariffs in the UK as a result of Brexit. Familiar products could disappear from supermarket shelves.
Since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in Spain, evictions in the country have increased. Tens of thousands of young Poles protest against an almost total ban on abortion.
Islamist terrorism in France - 5 years after the attack on the Bataclan theatre. High-ranking National Socialists stood trial before a military court at the Nuremberg Trials in 1945.
Subcontracted workers in slaughterhouses were allegedly smuggled to Germany. And: The Fehmarnbelt Tunnel between Denmark and Germany will be the world's longest immersed tunnel, but it remains a source of conflict.
In 1985 a gang of criminals steals 140 pre-Hispanic pieces from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.KCET Original
On today's episode, the latest on the Ethiopia refugee crisis, and Ugandan presidential candidate Bobi Wine is released from custody two days after his arrest that triggered deadly protests.KCET Original
A boost for the U.S. President-elect as a key federal agency gives Joe Biden the green light to formally begin his transition to the White House.KCET Original
Performers pay tribute to Linda Ronstadt. Plus, an interview with the legend herself.KCET Original
Five old friends decide to move in together as an alternate to living in a retirement home; joining them is an ethnology student whose thesis is on the aging population.KCET Original
Although Montreal could be described as half-Paris, half-Brooklyn, the most populated francophone city in North America has an identity all its own.
In 1985 a gang of criminals steals 140 pre-Hispanic pieces from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.
Just north of Australia a secret war is being fought. West Papuan independence fighters and Indonesian security forces are involved in a protracted and bloody battle over the issue of Papuan independence.
Four people who have intellectual disabilities live in a commune next to a beautiful forest near Paris. They were labeled 'idiots,' locked away and forgotten in violent asylums until the 1960s, when the young philosopher Jean Vanier secured their release.