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An estimated 165,000 Sahrawis live in refugee camps — El Aaiun, Awserd, Smara, and Dakhla — in the desolate Sahara desert in southwest Algeria.
This episode of "What In the World" investigates the modern phenomenon of soccer slavery in which many young footballers trafficked out of Africa have been left to fend for themselves
Due to its geographical location, Juarez is a major staging point in the trafficking of drugs to the US.
Explore how this seemingly never-ending conflict impacts on the people of North Kivu.
For over 24 years, East Timor (now known as Timor Leste) endured a crushing occupation inflicted on them by neighboring Indonesia on the pretext of the fight against communism.
"You can cut the flower, but you cannot stop the coming of spring." This episode of "What in the World" features Afghan women's rights activist, Malalai Joya.
Elected in 2003, Joya was expelled from Parliament in 2007 for refusing to retract a speech. She fights for the rights of the people, particularly disadvantaged women.
Sierra Leone is officially Ebola free. But memories of the disease and the devastation it caused are still fresh. The country will have to deal with the consequences for many years to come.
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.
Ghana has become one of the world's digital dumping grounds, where the West's electronic waste piles up — hundreds of millions of tons of it every year.
Important coastal regions of the ice sheets on Greenland and West Antarctica, and the glaciers of the Antarctica Peninsula, are thinning and contributing to sea level rise. Also shrinking is the regional culture for the 56,000 people who live there.
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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.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. welcomes Jurriaan Kamp at his home in Los Angeles, CA to discuss that reversing global warming requires a restoration of democracy.KCET Original
Deepak Chopra explains why there can be no solution to global warming in the absence of personal transformation.KCET Original
Doron sets his sights on recruiting Shirin to his cause and Abu Ahmed risks his life to see his wife.KCET Original
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A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
The “Floating City” is sinking under rising seas and the weight of mass tourism.
China sent the world's recycling industry into a spin when it banned most waste imports. Now it’s tackling a home-grown rubbish crisis.
In this episode, Sami Yaffa travels to St. Petersburg and examines the vast musical diversity present in Russia's most European city.
Former child bride and self-proclaimed badass Laila works tirelessly inviting opium addicts in Afghanistan to the detox clinics she runs with her brother, himself a recovered addict.