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What in the World

Aleppo: The Most Beautiful and Elegant City in the World

In March 2011, pro-democracy protests erupted in the southern Syrian city of Deraa, after the arrest and torture of some teenagers who painted revolutionary slogans on a school wall. Violence escalated and the country descended into civil war as rebel brigades were formed to battle government forces for control of cities, towns and the countryside. Fighting reached the capital Damascus and second city of Aleppo in 2012. The devastated city of Aleppo tells the story of its people, the dead and the injured, those who left and those who have remained. A city destroyed and a people dispersed.

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E21: Tanzania - The Elephant in the Pack

The rate of elephant poaching in Eastern Africa has increased, in recent years, rising to levels that could threaten the local population. In the last seven years, an estimated 144,000 African elephants were illegally killed for their ivory. On average, one elephant was killed every 45 minutes in Tanzania alone causing their population to decline by 60%, to 43,000 animals. The ivory trade in Africa has been associated with the arms trade. Across Africa, the struggle against poachers costs the lives of around 100 wildlife rang¬ers per year.
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E20: Digital Dumping in Ghana

Ghana has become one of the world's digital dumping grounds.
What in the World: Sierra Leone
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E19: Sierre Leone - After Ebola

Sierra Leone is officially Ebola free. But memories of the disease and the devastation it caused are still fresh.
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E17: Greenland's Culture Melts Away With Its Ice Sheets

Important coastal regions of the ice sheets on Greenland are thinning along with the culture of the region.
What in the World: Israel
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E16: The Illegal Kidney Market From California to Israel

If your life were on the line and you needed a kidney transplant, would you go for it at any cost?
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E15: Combating Undernutrition in Uganda

Undernutrition in the first 3 years of a child's life is a common but preventable crisis in certain countries.
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E14: Living with Disabilities In Developing Togo

Despite a robust disability rights movement and a shift towards inclusion, stigma and discrimination continue to mark many disabled people's lives around the world.
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E13: The Rise and Fall of South Sudan

Formal independence came to South Sudan on July 9th, 2011. Then things fell apart..
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E12: Exploring the Complexity of Contemporary Russian Life

"What in the World" explores the complexity of contemporary Russian life with a focus on human rights.
What in the World: South Korea
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E11: Korean Fishing Village Resists Military Base Construction

Against the seething anger of the people of Jeju, the construction of a naval base on what locals consider the sacred Gureombi Rock on Jeju Island now seems unstoppable.
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