Five years after Fukushima, Europe's deal with Turkey, and the Queen's displeasure (part 1)
Five years after the Fukushima disaster, Japan remembers its victims while the rest of the world reflects on the safety of nuclear power. Following the EU-Turkey summit, many feel that Europe has sold its soul to keep out migrants. Meanwhile Queen Elizabeth appeared most displeased at a tabloid claiming her endorsement of Brexit. French student and worker’s unions marched in the streets to protest a new labour reform, and Brazil’s socialist icon Lula faced corruption charges.
Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Christopher Davis.
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