Dmitriy works in Cherepovets at one of the largest steel mills in Europe. He's proud of what he can afford today thanks to Russia's President Putin: an apartment, a car, and good health for himself and his family.
Many high-end cheesemakers in France were unable to sell their products during lockdown, and now they have stockpiles that could soon spoil. The people of France say it's their patriotic duty to eat through these mountains of cheese.
Spanish authorities have been fighting for years to get plastic litter under control. But due to the coronavirus crisis, the little progress they had made in raising awareness among consumers has been reduced to nothing.
Kirill Mikhaylov lives for no-holds-barred fighting: a kind of boxing with almost no rules. The sport is an outlet for his energy and anger, and allows him to feel tough and like a winner - at least for a moment.
16-year-old Veronika Teflina wants to be a police officer. It won’t be easy, because she comes from the Russian Taiga where her parents breed reindeer. To fulfill her dream, she attends a boarding school in Russkinskaya.
The worst war crime since the end of World War II occurred in July of 1995. Bosnian-Serbian soldiers murdered an estimated 8000 civilians. 25 years after the massacre, the wounds have not yet been healed.
Germany’s Tönnies slaughterhouse brought wealth to Rheda-Wiedenbrück; decorated sidewalks, renovated buildings – new athletic facilities. But since the corona outbreak in the meat factory, the city is in an uproar.