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Global 3000

Police Violence in Chicago

Police violence in Chicago

The rate of young black men killed by police in the US is five times that of young white men. Never have as many died as in 2015. About 25 percent of the African Americans killed were unarmed. David Bates from Chicago's South Side was 18 years old when police accused him of being involved in a drug deal. The police used violence to force him to make a confession. He was unjustly sentenced to prison and not released until eleven years later.


Threatened delicacy: Protecting Caribbean Lobster in Mexico

Caribbean lobster are considered a delicacy the world over. But few restaurant customers know that these animals are vital to the ecosystem in the coral reefs and are often caught using environmentally damaging methods. Biologist Kim Ley-Cooper wants to change that. He's teaching fishermen in Mexico to catch lobster sustainably. At the same time he's collecting scientific data on the reefs.

Singapore: Brain training for babies

East Asian families are spending more and more money to raise and educate their children. Not only in rich countries such as South Korea, but also in China, many even sell their homes to fund university studies abroad for their children. But it can be even more radical: in Singapore six-month-old babies go to brain training. Well, they probably need a hand getting there.

Lebanon: More and more refugee children have to work

At least 700,000 Syrian refugee children are said not to attend school. Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon face the same issue. There are more than enough reasons for that: too few schools and teachers, lack of basic education, language difficulties and inability to pay school fees. In addition the children have to help earn money for their families' survival.

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Jobs for Refugees: A Portrait of Banker Lanna Idriss

World Refugee Day was established to commemorate people who have had to flee their homes. According to the United Nations, at no point since the end of World War II have there been as many refugees as there are now.
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Impact of Oil Prices on Ghana

It's hard to believe that in South Korea, police and the military use violent means to put down peaceful demonstrations. GLOBAL 3000 shows the case of a man who was nearly killed by water cannon there. Plus: a look at Ghana, where the low price of oil has discouraged job creation.
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Legal Highs

It was once a declared goal of the United Nations to ensure the world is drug-free by 2008. But the war against drugs has failed. The business in illegal drugs is lucrative, with global trade currently worth more than 380 billion Euros a year. Then there is the complex fight against so-called "legal highs", that can be ordered easily online and delivered to your door.
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South Africa's Iron Ore Crisis

The once seemingly insatiable demand for raw materials turned many unremarkable towns into flourishing industrial centers. The town of Kathu in South Africa is one example. During the 1970s, it rose to become one of the iron ore capitals of South Africa. But iron ore prices have dropped drastically in recent years. In December, they reached their lowest level since the financial crisis. While the residents of Kathu once benefited from huge profits, today they are fearing for their jobs.
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Darwin's Frog Threatened by Skin Fungus

A skin fungus dries out until the hearts of Darwin's frogs until they cease to beat.
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Gender Parity Goals

"Global 3000" takes a look at the situation of women around the world.
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Peaceful Resistance Against Islamic State

The group Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently documents the horrors of life for the people subjected to the Islamic State's rule.
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Poverty Healthcare: Mobile Clinics in the U.S.

Global 3000 is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, host Michaela Kufner presents three to four video-rich segments that profile a different part of the planet where man's quest for economic and industrial strength is jeopardizing the ecosystems and the social and economic structures of people thousands of miles away. The program not only documents where those struggles are taking place - but how some groups and individuals are finding solutions to the growing problems of global development.
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