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Southern Africa, Haiti and West Papua
Brazil: Hired Guns
Fighting for a share of the land.
California: The Immigration Dilemma
Jason Margolis investigates the immigration debate in California.
Iran: The Stem Cell Fatwa
Science and religion's unlikely union.
Pakistan Under Siege
In this special edition, three stories from a country battling for its own survival.
Children of the Taliban
Taliban recruitment in Pakistan; South Korea's digital revolution.
Bangladesh: The Mystery of a Mutiny
Corruption and many questions shroud military insurrection.
Taking on the Mafia
A restaurant owner - backed an anti-mafia movement - refuses to pay the mafia's "tax."
Sri Lanka: A Terrorist in the Family
Inside the life of a female suicide bomber.
Burma: Inside the Saffron Revolution
After the uprising, what comes next?
Jesus in China
A wave of Christianity and what the government is doing to control it.
Crimes at the Border
In Tijuana, masses try to cross illegally every day with the help of organized smugglers.
State of Emergency
2009 Emmy Nominee: Venture into the Swat Valley where the Pakistani army is fighting...
South Africa: An Everyday Crime
A day in the life of a rape crisis center.
An investigation into the CIA's practice of kidnapping terror suspects for interrogation.
Tibet: Eye Camp
Restoring vision at the top of the world.
Dubai: Night Secrets
The oldest profession in the newest playground.
One woman's search rouses a nation.
Iraq: The Alcohol Smugglers
Kurds deliver contraband liquor to Iran.
Ghana: Baseball Dreams
Africans embrace America's game.
Uganda: The Condom Controversy
AIDS and the abstinence debate.
Ecuador: Country Doctors
On rough roads and remote rivers.
Nepal: A Girl's Life
A literacy program called Room to Read is helping children create a better life.
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