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Inside Story: Is Yemen Plunging into Chaos?

Thousands of Yemenis have protested in many cities across Yemen against the government takeover by Shia Houthi rebels as the threat of

Africa Investigates – Nigeria’s Fake Doctors

This Al-Jazeera investigation is quite eye-opening. Nigeria, a country that is bringing in serious money whilst selling natural resources, including oil, has

Lost Nation – Stories From The Uyghur Diaspora

One of China’s 55 nationalities, Uyghurs are a Turkic-Muslim ethnicity, the majority of whom have been living in East Turkestan for generations.

Smuggled Raw Footage of Tibetan Nun’s Self-Immolation

*WARNING* This video begins/continues with distressing scenes! Graphic video footage smuggled out of Tibet: November 3rd 2011 – 35 year old Tibetan

Indonesian Military Torturing West Papuans – Secret Filming

*WARNING* This video begins/continues with violent & torture scenes! This is the full edited version of the shocking video depicting the abuse

Benny Wenda – West Papua, Indonesia’s Hidden Colony

West Papuan independence leader and former political prisoner Benny Wenda asserts that colonialism still exists in the 21st century, in the form

Ali Abdulemam – Breaking Free of Bahrain’s Regime

Bahraini blogger Ali Abdulemam describes the uprising in Bahrain and the current state of freedom of speech in the kingdom. He shares

Pussy Riot – Russian Prison Conditions and Authoritarianism

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina, members of the Russian feminist punk rock collective Pussy Riot, talk candidly with the Daily Beast’s Michael

Fatou Jaw Manneh – The Gambia’s Silenced Dissent

Gambian born journalist Fatou Jaw Manneh bemoans the state of affairs in her beloved Gambia; once a peaceful country, for the past

Edith Widder – How We Filmed the Giant Squid (for the 1st Time)

Humankind has been looking for the giant squid (Architeuthis) since we first started taking pictures underwater. But the elusive deep-sea predator could

Ethan Nadelmann – Why We Need to End the War on Drugs

Is the War on Drugs doing more harm than good? In a bold talk, drug policy reformist Ethan Nadelmann makes an impassioned

Robert Swan – Antarctica, Let’s Save the Last Pristine Continent

2041 will be a pivotal year for our planet. That year will mark the end of a 50-year agreement to keep Antarctica,

Tasso Azevedo – Hopeful Lessons from Battle to Save Rainforests

“Save the rainforest” is an environmental slogan as old as time — but Tasso Azevedo catches us up on how the fight

James A. White Sr. – Historical Racism Encountered by US Air Force Vet

Fifty-three years ago, James A. White Sr. joined the US Air Force. But as an African American man, he had to go

Nadine Burke Harris – Childhood Trauma Affects Health in Lifetime

Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of