Back-to-school photos in France go viral
This viral photo taken in a French school playground once the lockdown was over shows what the new normal will be for children amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Social distancing quirks around the world
Robots, pandas, and mannequins — people around the world are finding creative solutions for social distancing.
Barack Obama's commencement speech to high school seniors
"Doing what feels good, what's convenient, what's easy – that's how little kids think." Barack Obama's commencement address to high school seniors included some digs at the Trump administration.
The okapi was one of the last large mammals discovered
It may look like both a giraffe and a zebra, have white-and-black striped legs and weigh over 200 kg, but this strange-looking creature remained undetected for a very long time. Meet the okapi.
The life of Jared Kushner
He's a real estate developer who's been tasked with achieving peace in the Middle East, reforming the U.S. criminal justice system.... and solving the coronavirus crisis. This is the life of presidential son-in-law, and senior advisor, Jared Kushner.
The star-nosed mole is the world's fastest-eating mammal
Some say they're hideous. But they actually have the most amazing skill.
Sweden's coronavirus strategy
While other countries went on lockdown, Sweden had a controversial approach to fighting coronavirus...
This activist unveils the hidden face of Chile’s avocado production
"Can you continue eating avocados which results from the violation of the human right to water?" Dried-up rivers, children deprived of water… Activist Rodrigo Mundaca tells us about the hidden face of Chile’s avocado production.
The Life of Haidar El Ali
He quit his family’s business to dedicate his life to protecting nature. He replanted mangroves, created marine sanctuaries, managed the Ministry of Environment in Senegal, his birth country… Brut met Haidar El Ali, one of Africa's most influential ecologists.
How to make a stop-motion film, with Michel Gondry
"There are two rules: You have to start, and you have to finish." "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" director, Michel Gondry, explains how to make a stop-motion film — with his 5-year-old daughter.