Boasting of new technology that would prevent another Chernobyl, Russia wants to double its domestic nuclear energy output and triple the sales of its reactors worldwide.
As the world focuses on Greece's financial bailout, Greek films have also made their way into international headlines. Amid a period of austerity, how do filmmakers sustain themselves and their work?
Hate groups, migrants and a bad economy: a modern-day tragedy unfolds in Greece.
Obninsk, once one of Stalin's secret cities devoted to atomic bomb development, has become a go-to hub for nuclear research and training. Demand for Russian nuclear technology is on the rise.
Chernobyl is a PR headache for Russia's nuclear industry, but a new generation is looking at the bright side of the nuclear disaster.
While some Greek youth look to escape a climate of uncertainty, others choose to stay behind and fight against the pessimism of the times.
The Greek secondary school system is feeding into an already rigid job market. Students study hard, but rarely pursue their real passion.
Turkish journalists face an unexpected constraint--abuse from their own democratic government.
He fought the Syrian government and the country's prejudice against gays. His life in danger on account of both battles, activist Mahmoud Hassino fled Syria. Where can he go now?
Syrians, many who have been tortured, escape to Turkey. In crowded clinics they struggle to make room for one another. Meanwhile Syrian refugee lawyers compile an account of abuses.
Turkish police recently raided the homes and offices of public-sector unionists, arresting 69. They were charged under Turkey's terror laws.
Syria's civil war leaves refugees with indelible scars that close the door to returning until a new Syria emerges. Cengiz Abdullah has fled Syria carrying memories of the war in his cellphone.