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TB Silent Killer

WHO Report: TB Epidemic “Even Bigger Than We Thought”

Treatment for drug resistant TB hasn’t kept pace, and some nations are facing epidemics.

Losing Iraq

Can Haider al-Abadi Bridge Iraq’s Sectarian Divide?

Not without reining in the Shia militias operating on the ground, according to experts who spoke to FRONTLINE.

Ebola Outbreak

Representatives Push for Travel Ban at Ebola Hearing

Following the death of the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., members of Congress questioned officials from several government agencies about the U.S. response to the disease.

Losing Iraq

Number of U.S. Air Strikes in Iraq Already Exceeds Those in Yemen, Somalia

The president pointed to the U.S. air campaigns in Yemen and Somalia as successful implementations of his planned strategy against ISIS.

Hunting Boko Haram

Uncovering Atrocities Committed By Nigerian Security Forces

Reporter Evan Williams on how his investigation into atrocities committed by Boko Haram took an unexpected turn.

Ebola Outbreak

MSF on Ebola: “This is the Biggest Outbreak We’ve Ever Known”

This Ebola outbreak has overwhelmed both local health facilities and Médecins Sans Frontières’ treatment centers.

Secret War

Pakistan’s “Forgotten Crisis”

More than 1 million — including 456,000 children– have been displaced this summer by the military’s campaign to root out militants in the tribal areas.

Losing Iraq

Can the Kurds Hold Out Against ISIS?

In the last week, ISIS and the Kurds have turned their guns on each other. What happens next?

Death By Fire

New Report Raises Questions About Guilt of Executed Texas Man

A witness who testified that Willingham confessed to arson says he lied in exchange for favorable treatment from prosecutors.

Losing Iraq

The Iraq War’s Key Players: Where Are They Now?

From Muqtada al-Sadr to the Sons of Iraq, these players shaped Iraq during the war. They may still have a role to play in its future.

The Battle for Ukraine

From Kalashnikovs to Surface-to-Air Missiles in Eastern Ukraine

When FRONTLINE producer James Jones first met separatists in Eastern Ukraine they were armed with rusty Kalishnikovs. Now they’re suspected of bringing down a plane.

Syria at War

New UN Resolution to Expand Humanitarian Aid in Syria

The move allows the UN to send aid to rebel-held areas without the Syrian government’s consent. But how many will it help?

Secrets of the Vatican

What Pope Francis Has Done Differently in Tackling the Sexual Abuse Scandal

His approach has differed from his predecessors. Vatican expert Jason Berry explains how.

Secrets of the Vatican

Pope Francis Holds First Meeting With Abuse Victims

Pope Francis met with abuse victims in his latest effort to address the sexual abuse crisis in the church. But victims’ advocates say it isn’t enough.

The Battle for Ukraine

What Comes Next in Ukraine?

This week, the Ukrainian government let a unilateral ceasefire expire and launched a major offensive in the east.

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