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El Comandante (2004): His enemies accused him of turning Venezuela into a Communist dictatorship. But was Chavez's vision of a socialist economy the future of Latin America?

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In the slums of Caracas, Dr Isol Capote's surgery is open for business. It's all part of a deal which provides cheap oil for Castro in exchange for Cuban doctors. The deal has enraged America, which wants to overthrow Castro. But the barrios are delighted: It's the first time they've had access to free medical care. "Under the old government, the poor were repressed," explains one resident. "Now there's justice and people are more equal." Chavez's enemies accuse him of buying votes and fomenting class hatred. They're received US funding and are working to overthrow him. But Chavez himself remains unconcerned. "We can't accept that we're just the United States' backyard ... we have to be free."

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The Oasis: In the Kurdish region of Northern Syria, a radical experiment in secular democracy and gender equality has risen out of the ashes of war. But the new government is surrounded by hostile forces.

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Raqqa’s Naim Square was the site of ISIS’s most grisly punishments. But the place known locally as “Hell Roundabout” has been central to the new administration’s plans to redevelop the city. “We’re now working to redesign the Naim roundabout to help remove… the psychological effect it had on people.” Leila Mustafa is Co-Chair of the Civil Council of Raqqa. What was once the beating heart of IS is now run by a woman and women make up 50% of government positions in the Autonomous Administration of North Eastern Syria, a Kurdish-run radical experiment in direct democracy. But the threat of ISIS has not gone away entirely. With some 900 ISIS foreign fighters in jail, those that remain free have reverted to the guerrilla tactics of the group’s early days. Leila Mustafa is especially at risk. “Some of my colleagues...have been attacked or assassinated.” An even greater threat looms to the North. Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw American troops from the region has removed the last barrier to a Turkish invasion. Commander Simko of the Kurdish majority Syrian Democratic Forces says his troops are ready. “If Turkey attacks, we will respond to them.”

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Winning the War on Drugs: Once the ‘heroin capital of Europe’, Portugal decriminalised drugs twenty years ago. While local drug networks still operate, the country’s radical approach has made progress in the war on drugs.

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In 2001, Portugal became the first country in the world to decriminalise drug use. 'Decriminalising isn't the same thing as regulating or legalising, decriminalising means that we no longer treat it as a criminal offense, but it's still an illegal activity', explains Nuno Capaz, a Portuguese official. The emphasis in the country is on rehabilitation: 'if they don't charge you, they don't arrest you, they help your treatment. They try to convince you to go on a treatment program', says Tiago, a long-term drug user. He's explaining 'the dissuasion commission': when caught with drugs over a certain quantity, users must meet with social and health workers. 'In the past [drug users] were seen as people that should be in jail like criminals. And now they are seen like people that need help', explains one social worker.

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President for Life (2005): President Saparmurat Niyazov of Turkmenistan was the dictator famous in the West for his crazy decrees and bizarre personality cult. But for his people, there was nothing comical about his rule. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscri....ption_center?add_use

In Ashgabat, capital of Turkemenistan, the sun always shine on Turkmenbashi. Literally. His statues rotate to face the sun. His image is everywhere -- from the vodka bottles to the national airline. He's even renamed the days of the week after his dead mother. "He's clearly a paranoid leader with very strange sorts of behavioural patterns," states political analyst David Lewis. "He is brutal and violent."

Former foreign minister Avdy Kuliev agrees. "He's imprisoned many prominent people -- all of them subjected to tortures, horrendous tortures." Turkmenistan has one of the lowest life expectancy rates in region. Most of the people live in crushing poverty but an atmosphere of fear and intimidation prevents anyone speaking out.

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1 Views · 18 days ago

Home away from home: The tragic story of the Jordan/Syria border crisis.

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The civil war in Syria has created the world's worst refugee crisis in twenty years. 2.8 million people have fled their homeland to live in foreign camps, such as the UNHCR camp in northern Jordan.

"I always heard the word refugee but I never imagined I would be one", says Samar Hariri, a grieving school teacher and mother of five. Samar, her husband and their children are just a handful of the 100,000 displaced Syrians who flocked to Camp Zaatari - just a few kilometres from the border with Syria - and who now call it home. Two years ago, collections of tents sat incongruously in the middle of this barren desert. Now a refugee city with a distinctive heart and soul of its own, a community of resilient, hopeful people looks set to grow ever more established. "You ask yourself, why is this happening to me? A person who always had dignity now has none". Once a prosperous, middle class family man, Abu Diaa now focuses on transforming their camp into something resembling home: an essential coping mechanism for enduring life in a refugee camp. It is an impulse Kilian Kleinschmidt, head of Zaatari Camp, understands: "When you lose everything... your home, your belongings, you have lost your identity. Everything has gone." In this deeply moving report we witness the stoicism of a family rebuilding themselves among thousands of others.

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1 Views · 18 days ago

Gangnam Style Education: South Korea is battling the world's highest teen suicide rates as pressure on Korean students to achieve reaches astronomical levels.

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The Heartbreaking Reality Of Korean Family Reunions
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South Korea is home to a thriving $20 billion private education industry. But 15 hour school days and academic pressure on students are beginning to take its toll, and the authorities are finally taking notice.

"You get compared and because everyone does so well I feel pressured to do better. There's a lot of psychological pressure", says one Korean student. Here, making it to the top has become a national obsession. Schools stay open until 11pm, whilst half of teenagers report suicidal thoughts, mostly blaming school pressure. 19-year-old Jae-woo describes the stresses that accompany study for exams: "There's no me... I can't do things I like. When I'm prepping for exams, who I am just gets lost". Feeding off the system are entrepreneurs like Cha Gil-yong, a celebrity teacher who dons wigs and wacky costumes in online lectures. At any one time 300,000 students are logged into his website. "I try to entertain them and keep them from nodding off by wearing these wigs. Students really enjoy it", he says. Now, authorities are finally realising that the price of success may be too great, and are sending out patrols to enforce school closing times. Yet top performing students are even beginning to have plastic surgery in order to improve their job prospects. In a country where failure is not an option, how far will students go for success?

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Arlette43D
0 Views · 18 days ago

Al Jazeera (2002): In the battle for hearts and minds, 24hr rolling news stations like Al Jazeera are more important than bombs. See their controversial beginnings. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscri....ption_center?add_use

In front of a barrage of US cruise missiles an al-Jazeera reporter resolutely delivers a piece to camera. 'Still many Iraqis believe they will have the final victory despite their human fear for their own lives and the future of their children'. Ever since it gave airtime to Osama Bin Laden, al- Jazeera has gained itself a reputation among American officials as an anti-US propagandist. It is always the first to show resistance, civilian causalities or American captives. But accusations of an anti-US agenda are hotly refuted by top-rated presenter Faisal al-Qaseem: 'Let us say that it is an exercise in democracy' he shrugs. 'In the Arab world sadly we don't have political freedom. And now, thanks to al-Jazeera, democracy is the talk of the town'. But freedom of expression seems rarely to make any friends. Al-Jazeera's controversial discussion shows have led to it being banned at one time or another in over 15 Arab states. As violent riots erupt in Sana'a and Amman, many commentators play up Al-Jazeera's role in Middle Eastern security. It seems freedom of speech is a luxury that suits no-one

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World Press Freedom Day
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Peter Greste: Jailed In Egypt For For Free Speech
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How Spain Crossed A Line With It's Treatment Of Al Jazeera Journalists
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4 Views · 18 days ago

Terror Go Round (2010): Many terrorists re-enter terrorism after their release from jail, often more radical than on their arrest. The solution could be in better inmate education, but resources are scarce.

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Following the re-arrest of terrorist mastermind Abu Bakar Bashir, this report secures rare access to the prison for Indonesia's most deadly terrorists. Why are inmates leaving more radical than ever?

With recidivists emerging in Aceh and from behind the smoking ruins of the Marriot in Jakarta, we meet those terrorists on the brink of that crucial choice of whether to re-offend. "If I was still outside now it's possible I would join the network again. Hate against the police has grown deep in my heart." Anif Solchannudin volunteered to carry an explosive back-pack into a beachfront restaurant in Bali's Jimabaran in the second wave of attacks in Bali. He now paces the prison courtyard and prays alongside other, more radical terrorists, their religious zeal strengthening as they do their time. "What the police are doing today is just cutting the tip of the iceberg", says Cdr. Tito Karnavian from the Counter terrorism Unit. Having watched many inmates return immediately to the terrorist fold, he and a group of reform activists are asking for a shift of emphasis to re-education. Yet the authorities say they don't have the resources or the experience to do so. Until they do, the rate of recidivism remains shockingly high. "These people are driven by ideology. You can't kill ideology by simply locking them in jail."

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2 Views · 18 days ago

Beyond the Faultline (2001) - The Turkish government has a heavy hand in religious practice within its borders. Muslims have severely restricted freedoms, a black mark against its international image.

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Turkey is a secular country, and strongly separates religion from state practice. But many Turks argue that it's time this secular model separating religion and the state was abandoned; Islam is not a threat to national security, and the government's current policy risks undermining democracy itself. With Turkey desperate to join the EU, it must improve its human rights record and reduce the influence of the military on the state. Yet, now of all times, it is reluctant to compromise state security. The question is: how best to manage the fine balance?

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Rise of the Samurai: How Japan's growing military is setting off alarm bells both in China and around the world. Will the Japanese army lend Japan superpower status?

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Inside the Free Syrian Army
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As tensions with China continue to escalate, Japan is ramping up the role of its military as a deterrent power. But many are worried this aggressive posture will lead to a repeat of the mistakes of the past.

"As I don't know the purpose and intention of unidentified aircraft approaching our air space, I always become tense", says Sho Yoshida, a fighter pilot with Japan's Self Defence Forces. This unified military outfit was formed following the Allied occupation of Japan at the end of WW2, and is constitutionally restricted to defending the nation. But now a heightening feud with China over the disputed Senkaku Islands, as well as the country's proximity to a wildly unpredictable North Korea, has led Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to reinterpret the legal framework that governs the SDF, with a view to transforming it into a force equipped for offensive operations. "Unless it has the power to strike, it cannot become a so-called 'deterrent power'", explains retired general Toshio Tamogami. And after a number of well-funded recruitment campaigns, enrolments at Japan's elite military college are at a record high. But not everyone here support the moves. "Japan has not really reflected on its past", bemoans Tadmasa Iwaii, a WW2 veteran and former Kamikaze-turned-pacifist. "It hurts my conscience."

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1 Views · 18 days ago

Sunny With A Chance Of Gunfire: South Sudan is the most dangerous country in the world for aid workers - last year 28 were killed. Despite this, humanitarian workers still risk their lives to help victims of its brutal civil war.

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"My mum would be very happy that even in the middle of the bush I’m applying mascara", laughs Dorsa Nazeemi-Salman, Head of Operations for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Jonglei, South Sudan. The young nation is divided by a bitter rivalry between the President and the Vice President. "You never know when the first bullet is going to be shot, so you have to be sure that they know that we're coming. You would be quite naive to think that danger is not around the corner." Even whilst negotiating with warlords and militants guilty of committing atrocities, Dorsa must remain impartial so that aid can be delivered safely. Back in Perth, her parents miss her terribly. "She was working for the Prime Minister but she said one day, this is not my job. I want to go and help those people who need me...", explains her mother. "I'm really proud."

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Road Warriors: American forces are battling to maintain control over an increasingly hostile society. We spend a day on patrol with one platoon.

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A group of soldiers stand in prayer before embarking on another mission. "May God deliver our enemies into our hands or frustrate their plans," pleads soldier Kevin Morgan. Posted in the notoriously dangerous town of Ramada, the troops are well aware that their lives are in constant danger. And they are invoking more than the gods in their bid for help. A lieutenant attempts to persuade a young boy to help. "You are a smart clever boy. You hear things, you see things - I need your help," he explains. But betrayal comes at a high price and most Iraqis are unwilling to succumb to American pressure.

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The Pied Piper Of Jihad: In Yemen, pressure from Western governments to uncover terrorists is harshening an already repressive regime. It is driving Muslims into the hands of Anwar Al Awlaki and his fundamentalist training camps.

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"The Yemeni government exaggerates the importance of Al Qaeda to get financial support". That is the opinion of Abdul. He is accusing the Yemeni government of putting Australian Muslim Shyloh Giddins in jail under pressure from Western governments. It is cases like Shyloh's that are radicalising an increasing number of Muslims. Samir, who has visited several terrorist camps, tells us that he has seen many Australians and Europeans there. According to Barbara Bodine, US foreign service, Yemen is number one on the list of places for potential terrorists to go. Anwar Al Awlaki is central to that, "We've turned him into a perverse kind of hero for them", she says. Yet Alwaki's strength is he seems to have gone through the same alienation his followers did. According to Imam Johari, on Al Awlaki's return to Yemen in 2004 he was tortured by the Yemeni's, who said, "Your government asked us to do this to you". Johari claims it is this injustice that drives people to join Al Qaeda. The worry is, as Bodine points out, if they can recruit people who don't fit profiles they have a powerful weapon on their hands.

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Arlette43D
1 Views · 18 days ago

Richie Rich Gets Richer: The widening gap between the world's rich and poor.

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As countries like Greece and Spain struggle under massive debts that are impoverishing its people, the elites around the world are getting richer and richer. This report looks at the ever widening gap.

"There are customers that have all the way up to 100 vehicles in their garage." Torsten Muller-Otvos from Rolls Royce tells us. Each one costs about half a million and last year Rolls Royce sold more cars than ever before in their 100-year history, but then the luxury industry knows no crisis. Since 2009 the rich have become on average 6 percent richer. So while one in six Americans now has no health insurance, Manhattan's 58 billionaires have gotten richer. As Manuel Koch points out the ratio of return expected by the rich has totally shifted, "People used to be happy making three million profit. Today companies like Apple account for 6 billion profit. That's profit! Not turnover." But despite their greater income the super-rich aren't too happy about the idea of their tax loopholes being closed. In their minds they give back, even if its not through taxes. "I know a lot of rich friends who have charities...when they reach a certain level they give back to the community. So I think less tax is always better than too much." But as the world struggles through a financial crisis and the globe-trotting elite continue to grow wealthier, there's not much evidence they have their communities interests at heart.

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1 Views · 18 days ago

Generation Left Behind (2016): In parts of central China, not far from the birthplace of modern China’s founding father Mao Zedong, 80 per cent of children are growing up without their parents. Mothers and fathers leave rural villages and towns for the big city factory jobs that have helped make China an economic powerhouse. Some return briefly; some never do. So children are farmed out to grandparents or boarding schools or left to fend mostly for themselves.

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"I get up early to prepare simple breakfast and go to school. When I get home I wash clothes and make dinner," says Xiang Ling, 14, who since the age of 10 has cared for her ill grandmother and three young cousins. For many parents it’s a devil’s bargain. They sacrifice time with their child to make the money they think will better their child’s life. But some children have never known love. So they cannot handle affection when it is offered by volunteers and social workers. Many kids suffer outright rejection. A few local governments and NGOs are trying to fill the parental void, but it is just too vast. Some fear that without big reforms by the national government, tens of millions of children will be lost - at a major cost to the nation. Of the 61 million left behind children, a third will get involved in short term or long term criminal activities. Another 20 million might be in mental institutions, short term or long term: "I can’t imagine what that will do to China," warns Joseph Lim of Children Charity International.

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1 Views · 18 days ago

Funding Jihad? (2003) - Did the Saudi Royal Family really finance 9/11? Although a key Middle Eastern ally of America and Britain, the Wahhabist Saudi regime is nevertheless suspected of financing terror groups around the world.

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Revealing How a British PR Firm Helped Shape the War on Terror
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The invasion of Iraq has fuelled anti-western sentiment in Saudi Arabia, strengthening grassroots’ support for terrorist organisations.

Allan Gerson has sued Saudi charities, banks and members of the royal family for two trillion dollars. He accuses them of financing the September 11 attacks and Bali bombing: “We have seen evidence of money that went from Saudi sources through various entities in Europe to support terrorist cells.” These allegations are strenuously denied by Crown Prince Abdullah, ruler of Saudi Arabia. However, there is a growing gulf between the governing elite and their subjects and many Saudis are angered by America’s unwavering support for Israel. “The more the Palestinians are oppressed and the more the Americans support Israel, the more popular bin Laden and his like becomes,” explains Saudi writer Sulayman Al-Hattlan. “Osama stood up for people who were quiet ... He told the States I'm not afraid of you,” admires one student. Her friend agrees: “If Bush makes us choose between our religion or hurting our people, we're going to choose our religion.” Images of the bombing of Baghdad can only galvanise support for Islamic fundamentalists prepared to bank-roll Al-Qaeda.

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Threats Around Crimea (2008): The conflict in Ukraine began long ago - in fact, it never really ended.

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Tensions are growing over the Black Sea Fleet base and with the Ukraine trying to free itself from Russian dominance by seeking EU and NATO membership, the question is, could this be the next European war?

Although Crimea was given to Ukraine in 1954, Russian is still the main language spoken here and taught in schools. “But Ukraine’s ambitions to enhance their own identity have stirred up emotions and problems.” Learning Ukranian is now mandatory and is often the only official language. The threat of ending Russia's naval base lease in 2017 means there is the lingering threat of Georgian style conflicts. Sergej Normanskij says that “all this instability puts nervous imprints on the situation, so people are afraid of that date.”

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Inside Indonesia's War on Terror (2005): Are Islamic extremists operating not only under the noses of Indonesia's security agencies, but under their auspices?

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“"There is not a single Islamic group that is not controlled by Intel. Everyone does what they say”," states convicted terrorist Umar Abduh. He claims his group were manipulated by intelligence agents. Former President Abdurrahman Wahid agrees. He believes the second larger bomb in the Bali attack was planted by “the police or armed forces.” Indonesia’s police have benefited significantly from the war on terror. Millions of dollars is pouring in from the West. Some analysts believe the police now have too much to gain for the attacks to stop. “"We need funds, and to convince the foreigners, bombings do happen”," confides security analyst John Mempi.

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Preview Clip: Since the first day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, more than a hundred thousand volunteers have taken up arms against the aggressor. These civilians are playing an important role in the fight for Ukraine.

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In Ukraine, ordinary people are joining territorial defense units, receiving training from veterans. 'Our task is to keep the enemy out of Kyiv', says Volodymr - known as Wowa - a commander of one of Kyiv's volunteer defense squads. Using guerrilla warfare, these units have been taking down tanks and heavy equipment. 'What am I fighting for? My country. My homeland', explains Nikolai, a member of Wowa's unit. In Kyiv, he sees 'frightened eyes. Some girls are very afraid of the explosions. Older people too. Everyone is afraid. I am afraid too'. While younger people volunteer on the front line, even the elderly are doing what they can. In the canteen used by Wowa's unit, an 80 year old volunteers in the kitchen. 'They are young and I am old, I am trying to do something for them', she explains.

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Kosovo - A Dark Future (1999): With brutal military precision and crude propaganda, Yugoslav President Milosevic emptied the province of Kosovo. Will the refugees ever be able to return?

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On the Macedonian border thousands of refugees tell their stories of their brutal treatment at the hands of the Serbs. Christopher Hill criticises Milosevic’s ‘Medieval approach’ to Kosovo. For him, there is no question that NATO are right, Serb ethnic cleansing was and is unacceptable. The problem of what to do next is a tougher call. Military strategists analyse NATO’s options. Macedonian President Gligorov and Chief Justice of the International War Crimes Tribunal, Louise Arbour, discuss the evidence required to indict Milosevic. But defeating him is only one goal. Stability in the Balkans exceeds ambitions to topple a dictator. The next battle will be to determine the region’s shape. The Americans want greater unity and fewer borders. But it’s perhaps an impossible reality. Gazmend speaks for many refugees: “I couldn’t live with the Serbs again. How could I after they’ve killed my family.” The outcome of this war may well be an ethnically pure Kosovo, the creation of a new state in Europe and the re-drawing of the frontiers, precisely what nobody wanted.

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