Five years after Fukushima, Europe's deal with Turkey, and the Queen's displeasure (part 1)
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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.