Since Kelly’s Gone

In the twilight of his life, Mike, an ordinary American man from Kentucky, is convinced of one thing: his son Kelly was murdered. The police have closed the case but Mike intends to uncover the truth.

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China’s Arctic Ambitions

After the rise of China’s power in Africa, are we on the verge of seeing a Chinese Arctic?

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Libya’s Detention Camps: The Shame of Europe

Thousands of refugees are trapped in Libya’s hellish detention centres, where abuse, rape and extortion is rampant. We investigate the entire detention system, how this traffic works, the role of the militias and the way in which their control is exercised.

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Mumbai: The Infernal Megapolis

It’s one of the most populous cities on the planet with 22 million inhabitants, predicted to increase to 30 million by 2035. Nicknamed ‘the infernal Metropolis’, Mumbai is a city in perpetual development.

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Ghosts of Afghanistan

The West invaded Afghanistan in 2001 to topple the Taliban regime with promises of democracy, freedom and women’s rights. It was a disaster. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed. Corruption and abuses are endemic. What went wrong with “the good war”?

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Boom! The Science of Explosives

Over 1,000 years ago, the Chinese made a discovery that changed the world. This science documentary takes us on an action-fuelled rocket ride through the world of dynamite, TNT and Semtex.

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In the Name of our Heritage

Twenty years ago, the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan shocked the world. It was to be the start of a new trend: the deliberate destruction of historical artifacts.

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Extreme Road Videos: USA

America has the longest road network in the world. More than 6,5 million kilometres of wide, spacious but also dangerous roads. There are more than 36,000 deaths per year here in road accidents.

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Extreme Road Videos: Russia

Russia is the continent’s most dangerous country in terms of road safety. More than 18,000 people die on the roads there every year. But since the 1990s, drivers started equipping their vehicles with on-board cameras as a bulwark against police corruption and traffic conflicts.

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