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Ibiza: Spring Breakers of Europe

There's an island in the middle of the Mediterranean named after the Egyptian god of music and dance. To some its considered paradise and to others, paradise lost be regardless of your view everyone knows it's name, Ibiza. A place of infamy and myth a modern day nirvana where anything goes. People have been coming to Ibiza for the white sands, blue seas and golden bodied for decades but the origins of the island as a clubber paradise date back to the mid 80's when a slew of clubs opened up and the island became a second home to Europe's playboys and party girls. Vice sends reporter Clive...

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Korean War

Korea in 1950 under American leadership, was the first time the United Nations went to war. It was only five years since World War II ended and what began as a conflict between regimes of the North and South quickly turned into a confrontation between East and West, threatening to escalate into a third world war. The Allied forces became embroiled in a war unlike any they had known yet for the Americas it served as a military rehearsal for one they would come to know only too well in Vietnam. This was a war of sharp contrasts like the harsh Korean terrain itself, ranging from freezing...

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The Dream Team

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the 1992 American Olympic team, The Dream Team, which to this day is considered one of the greatest sporting teams ever assembled, NBA TV created this documentary to reveal how this iconic team came to be. From it's formation to the controversy that surrounded the selection of players and rivalry's that existed among those that were picked to play. The team itself consisted of  Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, John Stockton, Karl Malone, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Patrick Ewing, Chris Mullin, David Robinson, Charles Barkley, Clyde Drexler, and the sole...

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The Fight Against Ebola

Ebola is an infectious disease that spreads through contact with bodily fluids including saliva and sweat has an extremely high fatality rate and is currently reeking havoc in West Africa. The recent outbreak which is the largest of all time really began to take hold in March of 2014 in Guinea, quickly spreading to Liberia and Sierra Leone with cases being discovered in the Congo, Senegal and Nigeria. With over 3000 cases of Ebola, Liberia is considered to be in the center of the epidemic, Vice sends reporter Danny Gold there to find out...

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Operation Stonehenge: What Lies Beneath

The megaliths found at Stonehenge are some of the most investigated and interesting found in Britain today but despite centuries of examination, excavation and theories there is one big question that still remains, what were it origins and how over thousands of years did this iconic place evolve? In this two part series by the BBC a group of experts for the first time are taking a more hi-tech approach in order to unlock the secrets of Stonehenge. The new data discovered and supported by archaeological evidence throws a new light on how humans progressed over the last 10,000...

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Ohio Slave Girls: Their Story

This is the story that shocked the world, a dramatic escape after 11 years in captivity. How had a school bus driver managed to kidnap and enslave three local girls? How did they remain undiscovered whilst being under the noses of neighbors and friends all that time? These are some questions Channel 5's film about the kidnapping of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight asks and helps to explain through exclusive interviews with those closest to the kidnapper himself, Ariel...

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Most Evil

Murderous masterminds, brilliant, wicked, conniving, they are driven by revenge, dogma and ego their common trait appears to be exceptional intelligence but what transforms such gifted men into some of the most brutal killers and which of them could be considered most evil? A scale exits to measure the darkest corners of human behavior, it weights the criminal mind and the crime committed. From impulsive murders to serial killers this 22 point scale attempts to determine who are the most evil among...

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The Story of Capital Punishment

Today there in the world there are over 50 countries which still enforce the death penalty, individuals who break the law can face a firing squad in China, lethal injection in the United States and hanging in Singapore. The death penalty was abolished in the United Kingdom initially for murder in 1965 remained for other crimes such as treason right up until 1998. For centuries the state carried out executions and these were used as a form of deterrent against crime and retribution against those who broke societies rules. This film sets about examining the archive in order to trace the...

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Suffer The Little Children

Suffer The Little Children is a documentary by NBC which aired in 1968, this ground-breaking film set about exposing the Pennhurst State School which has since been described as the shame of a nation. Having opened it's doors in November of 1908, this state-funded school / hospital became extremely overcrowded within a short period of time, taking in those who were suffering from mental illness or criminals, orphans, etc. i.e. people who could not be housed elsewhere. The school quickly became the center of a human rights movement which eventually revolutionized America's approach to...

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