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Iran: The Stem Cell Fatwa

Video duration: 12:43

While headlines about Iran barely get beyond religious extremism and nuclear bombs, this FRONTLINE/World story reveals that the staunchly conservative theocracy has married science and religion to become a world-class hub for embryonic stem cell research.

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Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World 30,000 Feet: Frequent Flyer

FRONTLINE/World

30,000 Feet: Frequent Flyer

Gabriel Leigh takes us into the complicated world of the frequent-flyer-mileage obsessed.

12:39

30,000 Feet: Frequent Flyer

12:39

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FRONTLINE/World

Troubled Water

Southern Africa, Haiti and West Papua

56:47

Troubled Water

56:47

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FRONTLINE/World

Brazil: Hired Guns

Fighting for a share of the land.

14:41

Brazil: Hired Guns

14:41

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FRONTLINE/World

California: The Immigration Dilemma

Jason Margolis investigates the immigration debate in California.

12:39

California: The Immigration Dilemma

12:39

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Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World The Stanleys' Struggle for Survival

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The Stanleys' Struggle for Survival

After 20 years, has the Stanley family found an economic foothold?

The Stanleys' Struggle for Survival

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FRONTLINE/World

Bolivia: My Five Years With Evo

Following the rise of South America's first indigenous president.

23:35

Bolivia: My Five Years With Evo

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