This week's shorts and reports

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  • India - About a Boy - 29 min (6 July 2015)

    The tragic story of a twin baby born via surrogacy and abandoned by his Australian parents caused international outcry. A casualty of an unregulated $500m industry, this report goes in search of answers.

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  • Ukraine - The Divide (HD) - 12 min (29 June 2015)

    18 months into the civil war in the Ukraine, over 6500 people have been killed and almost a million displaced. With unprecedented access this report takes us to forces on both sides of the ceasefire.

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  • Syria - The Cost of Living (HD) - 26 min (29 June 2015)

    Paying ransoms to terrorists such as ISIS is highly contentious among the US and European nations, but it can make the difference between life or death. So should we be paying for our citizens' freedom?

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  • Europe - The Great European Disaster Movie (HD) - 80/52 min (30 March 2015)

    This powerful doc shows us the stakes and possible consequences of the EU's collapse. Flitting between fictional sequences and interviews with commentators, politicians and ordinary people, it asks: what can we do to save it?

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  • Greece - The End of Austerity? (HD) - 15 min (30 June 2015)

    This behind-the-scenes report charts the rise of Syriza in the run up to their historic win at the Greek polls. Intimate access to party leaders reveals how the anti-austerity party won over Greece in 22 days.

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  • Tunisia - Battle for Bizerte (HD) - 47 min (29 August 2013)

    In Tunisia, ultra-conservative Islamists known as Salafists want the country to be run along strict Koranic lines. Their influence is growing and the democratic government is struggling to assert its authority.

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