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We take you to the 28 EU member states for a series of exclusive reports and interviews with local MEPs. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

EUROPE NOW

EUROPE NOW

Latest update : 2012-12-24

Bosnia and Herzegovina: divisions dampen EU hopes

Twenty years after the start of the war, ethnic divisions remain frozen in law. Nowhere is it more true than in Mostar's segregated schools. We also meet Europe's first veiled mayor: she runs the city of Visoko. We talk to Sevdah singer Amira who tells us how Bosnia's traditional music has gained an audience abroad and we follow Jasna Samic, a Franco-Bosnian writer who shows us her favourite places in Sarajevo.

  • Director: Caroline de Camaret
  • Presenter: Christophe Robeet
  • Producers: Ruth Hetherington and Julie Dungelhoeff
  • Reporters: Julie Dungelhoeff and Ruth Hetherington
  • Cameraman: Stéphane Bodenne
  • Video editing: A. Le Narvor, M. Paquereau, F. Fernandez, E.Blanquart

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2016-04-30 European Union

Finland: Migrants and money (part 2)

This month, we look at the major changes afoot in Finland. A long-standing social democratic culture is now under pressure from right-wing forces. The country’s government is...

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2016-04-30 migrants

Finland: Migrants and money (part 1)

This month, we look at the major changes afoot in Finland. A long-standing social democratic culture is now under pressure from right-wing forces. The country’s government is...

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2016-02-27 Slovakia

Slovakia: The world's biggest car manufacturer (part 2)

In the second half of Europe Now, we focus on Slovakia's economy. It produces more cars per capita than anywhere else in the world. Over one million rolled off factory floors...

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2016-02-27 Slovakia

Slovakia: Anti-Muslim rhetoric ahead of elections (part 1)

In Slovakia, the ruling Smer party of Robert Fico has been trying to reinforce borders and keep migrants out. The Prime Minister has lodged a legal complaint against the EU over...

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2015-12-26 Malta

Malta: Little but alluring (part 2)

Gambling makes up 12% of Malta’s GDP, its second-biggest industry after tourism. Yan Grech works with a French online betting agency. He explains the Maltese love of gambling and...

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