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A Minutes-Long Call After Two and a Half Years of Silence: Update from a Uyghur Family Featured in 'China Undercover'
Several families whose loved ones went missing in Xinjiang shared their stories in FRONTLINE's documentary "China Undercover." Since the original broadcast, we've had updates about two sisters in the film.
November 10, 2020
How the U.S. Has Reacted to China’s Treatment of Uyghurs
As reports of deteriorating conditions for Uyghurs and Muslim minorities in the region of Xinjiang accumulate, U.S. lawmakers have responded this year with growing criticism, legislation and sanctions targeting China.
November 10, 2020
American Mom Who Pleaded Guilty to Terrorism Charges Sentenced to 6.5 Years
In 2015, Samantha Elhassani traveled to Syria with her family, where her husband and brother-in-law joined the Islamic State terrorist group. She was sentenced in an Indiana court today.  
November 9, 2020
Four Iraqis on Searching For Hope 17 Years After the Iraq War
For the people of Iraq, the fallout from the U.S.-led invasion in 2003 continues to this day, sometimes in unexpected — and violent — ways. Four Iraqis share what has happened in their lives and in Iraq since they filmed with FRONTLINE.
July 14, 2020
Meet a Woman Who Helped Her Town Save Some 850 People Threatened by ISIS
When ISIS massacred some 1,700 Iraqi cadets from Camp Speicher, one woman and her town helped save an estimated 850 others from meeting the same fate.
July 14, 2020
A Thousand Cuts
With press freedom under threat in the Philippines, "A Thousand Cuts" goes inside the escalating war between the government and the press.
July 13, 2020
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Once Upon A Time In Iraq
The story of the Iraq war and the chaos that followed, told by Iraqis who lived through it.
July 14, 2020
U.S. Enacts New Law Condemning China's Treatment of Uyghur and Other Muslims
Learn about the Chinese government's detention and surveillance of Uyghur and other Muslims in FRONTLINE's "China Undercover."
June 18, 2020
"A Cautionary Tale": Journalist Maria Ressa's Conviction Seen as Blow to Philippines' Press Freedom
The conviction of Maria Ressa, a prominent journalist in the Philippines, was seen as a blow to both press and broader freedoms in the country.
June 15, 2020
FRONTLINE (PBS) Takes on “A THOUSAND CUTS”
FRONTLINE has acquired "A Thousand Cuts" — a new film that offers an inside look at the key players in the escalating war between press and government in the Philippines.
June 11, 2020