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An energy-saving lamp is burning in the house of Brahim id Abdeslam. It's the only lighting he has in his humble house - but that's ...

Read more The solar miracle from Tadmamt

Sometimes there are advantages to living in a good-old monarchy. If the king speaks a word of power, then that also applies. Until last July ...

Read more The archenemy of the king

From the Palacio de Congresos de Granada buses run every half hour into the pampas. Tourists hardly ever get lost here. The famous Alhambra castle is at the other end ...

Read more The last snow

On a Sunday in October - in Barceloneta: The sun slams down from the blue sky onto the beach, where cocktail vendors fly on sweaty bodies ...

Read more When the sea got sick

Nothing is lost yet. But it might be advisable to take another strong sip of the 2013, 2014 or 2015 vintage Bordeaux wine. ...

Read more The rescue of Bordeaux wine

In 1978 the Amoco Cadiz tanker sank off the coast of Brittany. 230,000 tons of oil spilled into the sea and polluted 400 kilometers of the coast. To…

Read more The crime scene cleaners

In the frenzy of technological advances in the 1970s, the French government plastered their country with nuclear power plants. Today the country has 58 reactor blocks. Also…

Read more The struggle of the dune people

Anyone who struggles with the term feminism should meet Jade Lindegaard. Quite a few think that the term has worn out and maybe the so-called men's world has it ...

Read more Madame Lindegaard, what is eco-feminism?

A cloudy Friday morning in October, hectic running through the mole passages of the Parisian subway. Open the door, a long hoot, close the door. Presswurst Metro. At the Gare de Montparnasse ...

Read more Have a coffee with Nicolas Hulot