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Matthew Carney reports on a determined group of young Chinese men and women taking action against China’s anti-gay laws. Shanghai has seen thousands of cruise ships come and go, but perhaps never one like this. About 800 special invitees are piling aboard the ship to witness the marriages of nine LGBT couples in a brazen statement against China’s law and traditional family values.
Tiny Estonia is digging in against potential attacks from its giant neighbor Russia.
As tech companies rush to launch thousands of tiny satellites into space, will the information they collect be used for good or for harm?
Tiny Estonia is digging in against potential attacks from its giant neighbor Russia. And it's employing defenses far more creative than guns and boots on the ground.
A new space race is on, as tech companies rush to launch thousands of tiny satellites that will tell us more about what's happening on our planet than ever before. But will the information be used for good, or for harm?
"Foreign Correspondent" presents an exclusive look with unprecedented access inside Bali's notorious Kerobokan jail. This episode offers a riveting slice of life inside one our region's notorious prisons.
A spectacular journey into the wilds of Mongolia in search of an ancient, imperiled tradition — the Kazakh golden eagle hunters.
A band of inspired young Australians are deploying a new weapon against a global scourge — the great gobs of plastic polluting our oceans. Europe Correspondent Lisa Millar tells how they're doing it.
It's famed as the city of peace and love, but San Francisco is digging in for a fight over President Trump's order to expel millions of undocumented migrants.
China is executing a master plan to dominate world football, pumping billions of dollars into buying up foreign players, coaches and entire European clubs, and grooming new generations of its own young stars.
The world is running low on sand. It's a basic ingredient in construction — think skyscrapers, shopping malls, roads and windows — and cities are growing faster and bigger than at any time in history.
In India, where the government promises to build the equivalent of a "new Chicago" every year, the demand is insatiable. Its construction industry is said to have tripled its sand consumption since 2000.
He fled Saddam Hussein’s brutality to become detainee #982 in an Australian refugee camp. Now Munjed al-Muderis is a world-leading surgeon giving amputees a second chance at life. Sophie McNeill tells his inspiring story.
It's got more oil than any country on the planet but its people eat garbage and gangsters rule. Defying a media ban, Eric Campbell goes undercover in the onetime socialist idyll of Venezuela.
Thousands of travelers, many of them young Australians, are flocking to the Amazon to chase the highs of the ayahuasca plant. Tragically, some never return. Hamish Macdonald visits to investigate the death of one individual.
Vladimir Putin crushes opponents, but a growing army of young Russians is fighting back. Their gift to the strongman on his 65th birthday? A show of defiance and a demand to quit. Eric Campbell reports.
Is the world going mad when Greenlanders fight drought and brushfires and catch warm water fish? A decade after discovering a farming boom in Greenland, Eric Campbell returns to see how locals are facing up to climate change.
A cruel trade is tearing baby orangutans from their jungle homes to be sold abroad. Samantha Hawley gets a smuggler’s story - and meets the warriors risking their lives to save the great apes from extinction.
The realities of milk production are forcing dairy communities across the globe to rethink the dairy production process.KCET Original
The UN says a humanitarian tragedy is unfolding in northwestern Syria; the top Iranian official tests the waters for talks with the U.S. as tensions escalate; and Sudanese protestors remove most of their barricades as demanded by the military.KCET Original
Economist Arthur Laffer and author Anand Giridharadas discuss inequality, billionaires and oligarchy in the U.S.KCET Original
A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
Roy explores the power of cooking to rehabilitate those on the margins of society and the organizations taking a chance on those who need it most.KCET Original
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announces resignation; Trump is sending 1,500 troops to the Middle East; and Sudanese protestors call for a general strike.
A young Iranian woman wants to become an astronaut, while her traditional family will do anything to keep her on the ground.
Modi’s BJP party claims victory in Indian election; the U.S. confirms it is sending more troops to the Middle East; and U.S. unveils 18 criminal charges against Julian Assange.
A look at the relationship between Marie Antoinette and one of her readers during the first days of the French Revolution.
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