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Direct from the DW-TV studio in Brussels, "European Journal" focuses on political and economic developments in the EU and the rest of Europe. European integration and Nato enlargement, EU reaction to the latest Basque terrorist attack, or a look at life on the divided island of Cyprus - "European Journal" brings you background analysis plus interviews with the experts and the people shaping events at the European level. "European Journal" is the DW-TV political magazine that delivers the inside take - the important political and economic developments in the EU and the rest of Europe. Broadcast each week directly from the DW-TV studio in Brussels, "European Journal" offers background analysis on the major European domestic and foreign policy issues as well as the concerns of ordinary citizens: how the BSE crisis is affecting farmers, and why European motorists are rebelling against high petrol prices.

Direct from the DW-TV studio in Brussels, "European Journal" focuses on political and economic developments in the EU and the rest of Europe. European integration and Nato enlargement, EU reaction to the latest Basque terrorist attack, or a look at life on the divided island of Cyprus - "European Journal" brings you background analysis plus interviews with the experts and the people shaping events at the European level. "European Journal" is the DW-TV political magazine that delivers the inside take - the important political and economic developments in the EU and the rest of Europe. Broadcast each week directly from the DW-TV studio in Brussels, "European Journal" offers background analysis on the major European domestic and foreign policy issues as well as the concerns of ordinary citizens: how the BSE crisis is affecting farmers, and why European motorists are rebelling against high petrol prices.
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Köln, Germany

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Direct from the DW-TV studio in Brussels, "European Journal" focuses on political and economic developments in the EU and the rest of Europe. European integration and Nato enlargement, EU reaction to the latest Basque terrorist attack, or a look at life on the divided island of Cyprus - "European Journal" brings you background analysis plus interviews with the experts and the people shaping events at the European level. "European Journal" is the DW-TV political magazine that delivers the inside take - the important political and economic developments in the EU and the rest of Europe. Broadcast each week directly from the DW-TV studio in Brussels, "European Journal" offers background analysis on the major European domestic and foreign policy issues as well as the concerns of ordinary citizens: how the BSE crisis is affecting farmers, and why European motorists are rebelling against high petrol prices.

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Episodes

Bosnia: Graffiti as a peacemaker

2/21/2019
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The Bosnian War has been over for more than two decades, yet to this day there's been little reconciliation between Bosnia and Herzegovina's different ethnic groups. Now a group of artists from Sarajevo hopes to change that -- with graffiti.

Duration:00:03:59

Moldova - The exodus continues

2/21/2019
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Parliamentary elections are to take place in the Republic of Moldova on February 24. But fewer citizens that ever are expected to vote. Many young Moldovans have already left their homeland due to the government's failure to combat corruption.

Duration:00:04:19

Germany: Police take on street racing

2/14/2019
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Germany is a paradise for speed demons. The Autobahns have no speed limits. And illegal street races are a disturbing new trend in Germany’s cities. A special police unit is trying to stop them and keep bystanders from being injured or killed.

Duration:00:04:03

Britain: The self-sufficient village

2/14/2019
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The people of Hawes, a small town in northern England, are used to solving their own problems. The unease about Brexit seems far removed from the Yorkshire villagers. But they too are preparing for March 29th - by becoming even more self-sufficient.

Duration:00:04:40

Turning offenders into soldiers in Russia

2/7/2019
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Juvenile offenders are being prepared for military service in re-education camps, where they are instilled with discipline and patriotic values. After serving their sentences, over half go on to join the armed forces.

Duration:00:05:47

Phony caregivers in Bosnia

2/7/2019
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Serious allegations have surfaced in Bosnia that many nursing care professionals have little or no training. Diplomas can simply be bought on the black market. That exposes the Western European labor market to fraudsters.

Duration:00:04:45

Russia: New hope for HIV-positive children

1/31/2019
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More and more children in Russia are being infected with HIV. They're largely shunned, but not at a children's home in the city of Chelyabinsk. Here HIV-positive youngsters grow up with kids who don't have the virus.

Duration:00:04:03

Poland: Heavy Metal against nationalism

1/24/2019
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The Polish band Behemoth has become a vocal critic of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party. As the band speaks out against populist politics, it's gaining favor among Polands liberals.

Duration:00:04:54

Greece: Bucking the crisis with innovation

1/24/2019
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A mayor in Greece is using smart technology to make his city future-proof. Electric vehicles and an e-complaint system are part of Trikala's innovation strategy, but the Greek government is interfering with the smart city's plans.

Duration:00:04:25

Violence against women in Turkey

1/24/2019
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A growing number of women in Turkey are fighting against patriarchal ideas and domestic violence. About 40 percent of Turkish women have suffered domestic violence. Some say President Erdogan's government fosters a culture of female subjugation.

Duration:00:05:53

Turkey: Liberal Imam on thin ice

1/17/2019
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If Turkey's Directorate of Religious Affairs, or Diyanet, gets its way, imam Ahmet Muhsin Tüzer will be forbidden from preaching in his small mosque because of his second love: Turkish rock music. Singing breaks a taboo.

Duration:00:04:16

Under the gun: France's hunters

1/17/2019
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Hunting has long been a popular pastime in France. But a spate of deadly accidents has many French people calling for the sport to be banned. Around a dozen people were killed during the last hunting season alone.

Duration:00:05:13

Southern Germany gets snowed under

1/17/2019
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Masses of snow have brought life to a standstill in parts of Bavaria and Austria. Entire villages have been cut off from the outside world and the threat of avalanches grows with every snowfall. Many districts have declared a state of emergency.

Duration:00:04:41

Britain's preppers prepare for Brexit

1/17/2019
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Preppers are people who actively prepare for disasters like nuclear accidents or war. Now some survivalists in the UK are readying themselves for what they view as an imminent catastrophe: Brexit.

Duration:00:03:54

Threatening reporters' lives in Russia

1/10/2019
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Russia's independent media outlets are coming under political pressure. Journalists have even received death threats. But many refuse to be intimidated.

Duration:00:04:01

France: Lord of the Manor and Revolutionary

12/28/2018
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The lord of a chateau has joined forces with activists to stop construction of a bypass in the Vallée Dordogne. It’s no isolated case: all across France protest movements against infrastructure projects are taking shape.

Duration:00:04:59

Russia: The silent HIV epidemic

12/27/2018
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HIV is on the rise in Russia. But those infected are stigmatized and often insufficiently treated. In a country where the Orthodox Church calls for abstinence, many are scared to speak about their diagnosis.

Duration:00:05:13

Turkey: Emancipation by Emmental

12/27/2018
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Turkish women are using a recipe for Swiss cheese to bring prosperity to their village. And, breaking with the patriarchal tradition in the mountains of Anatolia, their men are supporting them. Their cheese is being exported to Hong Kong.

Duration:00:04:08

Italy: The tragedy of Camerino

12/27/2018
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Camerino, Italy, devastated in a 2016 earthquake, is crumbling despite authorities’ promises to make the houses habitable again. Camerino’s residents found shelter in nearby communities and are waiting to return.

Duration:00:03:13

Spain: The Wolfman

12/27/2018
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Marcos grew up in the woods of Galicia with wolves. He thinks humans are the animals' greatest enemy. He considers himself half-wolf, half-human, despite living amid society for over 50 years.

Duration:00:04:43