This week's shorts and reports

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  • Russia - The Kremlin's Wolves (HD) - 13 min (2 February 2016)

    In Luhansk, east Ukraine, Russia's notorious ultra-nationalist biker gang, the Night Wolves, have formed a stronghold. Heavily armed, they open up about their hopes for Russia, Ukraine and the families they left behind.

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  • Brazil - Too Black For Brazil (HD) - 9 min (12 February 2016)

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  • Libya - The School On The Front Line - 03 min (10 February 2016)

    In one of Benghazi's poorest neighbourhoods, right on the front line of Libya's fight against the Islamic State, a brave head teacher is keeping her school open. She is determined that shelling and sniper fire will not get in the way of her pupils' education.

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  • Yemen - Strangled - 26 min (8 February 2016)

    In the besieged city of Taiz, the heart of Yemen's civil war, only one emergency hospital remains. Under constant attack and destroyed by shelling, doctors struggle to save their patients trapped inside the city.

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  • Brazil - Olympic Refugees (HD) - 4 min (19 January 2016)

    Refugees will be eligible to compete in the Olympic Games for the first time this year. We meet some of the athletes-in-exile who could be welcomed under the Olympic flag by the International Olympic Committee.

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