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On Air

  • Media
  • Politics

Bob Rugurika is the director of Radio Publique Africaine (RPA), the most popular independent radio station in Burundi. As an investigative journalist, he is also a forerunner in the fight for freedom of expression in his country, willing to risk his life to expose the truth. 

Un pays plus beau qu'avant

  • Economy
  • Politics

Un pays plus beau qu’avant is a film about the Congo made in Brussels. The wanderings of Jean Simon, a small-time businessman, reveal the outlines of a microcosm of informal commerce within the Congolese diaspora.

The Tour of Rwanda

  • Conflict
  • Sport
  • Politics

The Tour of Rwanda is the biggest cycling event on the African continent. In an eight-day race, it winds through all four provinces of Rwanda. The Tour has been won all four years by the host country, providing a platform to make an international name for Rwandan cyclists.

In search of the enemy. The story about a terrorist who wanted to be a friend.

  • Conflict
  • Politics
  • Religion
  • Terrorism

During a visit to Dutch troops in Afghanistan in 2006, journalist Bette Dam discovered how little the military knew about their enemy. She left the military camp to investigate the feared taliban leader mullah Omar.

The sorrow of Flanders

  • History
  • Politics

Flanders and the Netherlands have a long tradition of silence about the disgraceful collaboration with the German occupiers during the Second World War. Twin brothers Hein and Toon Van den Brempt are determined to break that silence.

The shadow of the highest dam in the world

  • Politics
  • International
  • Energy
  • Corruption

In October 2016, the authoritarian president of Tajikistan, Emomali Rachmon, pushed a pile of stones into the river Vachsh with a bulldozer. With this symbolic gesture he gave a new start to the construction of the Rogun dam which started in 1976. With 335 meters, Rogun has to become the highest dam in the world and the largest hydroelectric power plant in Central Asia. Quite a strong achievement for the poorest country in the region.

Is ISIS over?

  • Conflict
  • Politics
  • Religion
  • Terrorism

The caliphate is shrinking and ISIS is practically military defeated. But then what? Is ISIS a thing of the past? What remains of the terrorist group and what is there to expect? 

The Kurdish Utopia

  • Politics
  • Religion

In his famous book 'Utopia', the English humanist Thomas More describes an ideal state. Ludo De Brabander travels around the 'Democratic Federation of Northern Syria' five centuries after publication. 

The European Social Fraud

  • Economy
  • Europe
  • Politics

BRUSSELS - The European Social Fund (ESF) “is Europe’s main instrument for supporting jobs, helping people get better jobs and ensuring fairer job opportunities for all EU citizens”, according to the ESF website.

The Indecent (De onfatsoenlijken)

  • Economy
  • Europe
  • Politics

They are everywhere. They don't understand. They're good-for-nothings. They're a danger, a plague, a disgrace. In The Indecent, Jan Antonissen goes in search of the people who are being looked at with contempt : the frightened white men and women, the racist vote of the populists, the white trash from our suburbs.