8 films Found
How are ordinary Iraqis coping with the constant risk of insurgent attack? Baghdad Blogger, Salam Pax, gets out on the streets and investigates.
Tired of all the death and destruction, Baghdad Blogger, Salam Pax, looks for fun things to do in Baghdad. With insurgents targeting more and more activities, are normal pastimes still possible?
How do Iraqis feel about the trial of Saddam Hussein? Has the violence and breakdown of law and order stripped the verdict of its significance? Baghdad Blogger, Salam Pax, finds out.
Plans to complete a controversial road through the Amazon have environmentalists up in arms. They worry the road will make it easier for the rest of the Amazon to be exploited.
Christians have lived in Iraq for 2,000 years but this Christmas they're not celebrating. Under increasing attack from Islamic fundamentalists are they about to be driven from their ancestral homeland?
On the eve of the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, this powerful report gives a voice to women in the Eastern Congo - a place the UN has called 'the rape capital of the world'.
At least 200,000 people have been raped in DRC since 1996. With devastating frankness National Army soldiers confess to raping women and children in the towns they were supposed to be protecting from rebels.
In Minova, a town in eastern D. R. Congo, a landmark trial has taken place. Victims and witnesses have testified against the mass rape of women and children by the Congolese army. But is justice being served?