319 films Found
The Central African Republic has been wracked by violence for years. Now villagers, with the support of the government, are forming militias to defend themselves against the Zaraguinas and rebels.
With the March elections President Robert Mugabe was facing his strongest challenge since he gained power at independence in 1980, with two other candidates in the runningindependent candidate Simba Makoni or Movement for Democratic Change candidate Morgan Tsvangirai. Although Mr Mugabe insisted the vote was fair and everyone had to abide by the results, People of Zimbabweans were tortured and ha…
As soon as the rifle touched Sgt Rodriguez's shoulder, he knew he was going to be a sniper. At 20, he became a guiltless killing machine. This is his story of learning to kill and the challenge of how to stop.
In many countries, today's young women haven't had to struggle for equality and on many levels women can do anything a man can. But is it safe to rest on our laurels? We chart the major triumphs of the Women's Liberation Movement and examine women's rights worldwide.
Meet the man behind the political violence in Ivory Coast. For years the electoral process has been held to ransom by President Laurent Gbagbo and his strongman Charles Ble Goude. In this previously unreleased fly-on-the-wall documentary we get intimate access to the powerbrokers behind Gbagbo's iron grip on the country. At the heart of it is Ble Goude who likes to think of himself as Africa's Ka…
Should the ancient Chinese rituals of Feng Shui be translated for a European audience?
A detailed insight into the life and eating habits of crocodiles; this footage includes birds, plant-life, scenic river shots and sunsets as well as a wide range of crocodiles hunting and eating prey.
The village of Wuda lies between the Yellow River and the Gobi Desert and it's dangerously close to the coal fires beneath the earth. Burning furiously, they release as much CO2 as all the cars in Germany.