91 films Found
There are claims Malaysia's secular constitution is being threatened by creeping Islamisation. Non-Muslims feel they are being treated as second-class citizens.
Everyone knows about the Nazis camps of Auschwitz and Dachau. But few are aware of the systemic oppression that went on under the Stasis. Now some ex-Stasis agents are trying to re-write history.
Every year, as many as 65 Sri Lankans are trampled to death by wild elephants. As the country's population increases and villages edge closer to elephant habitats, this figure looks set to increase.
Until recently, few people took up the challenge of walking the Kokoda Trail in PNG. But a spate of books popularising the trek has inspired thousands. Can the track survive its newfound popularity?
Peak hour in Moscow can last for five or six hours. Far from being a help, the traffic police are regarded a hazard and widely considered to be corrupt. Now, one politician is taking on the traffic cops.
Ultra Christian group, the Exclusive Brethren, are alleged to spend millions swaying elections in Australasia. They seem to believe that only Conservative politicians can protect Christian interests.
Enterprising locals in Battambang, Cambodia, have developed a unique railway. It's made from recycled tank wheels, small motorcycle engines and lashings of bamboo.
It's the scientific issue dividing America and the one bill President Bush has used his veto on. Should embryos left over from IVF be used for embryonic stem cell research?