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Libya’s Quiet War: The Tuareg of South Libya

It has been five years since the start of the revolution that toppled former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, and Libyan's are desperately trying to get their country back on track. Libya currently has two rival governments, one based in the west and the other in the east each with their own armed groups. These groups are now battling each other across the country for wealth and power. Violence

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The O.J. Verdict: Shock of the Century

20 years ago O.J. Simpson went on trial for two grizzly murders, that of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, and 25 year old waiter Ronald Lyle Goldman. After 9 months of riveting twists and turns he was eventually acquitted of all charges. Now over 20 years on CNN decide revisit the case in this special report, going behind the scenes, inside the jury room and outside the courtroom, examining th

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Dublin Gangland

Dublin Gangland

In June 1996 reporter Veronica Guerin, was assassinated for running a fearless newspaper campaign to name and shame Dublin's crime lords who had grown rich from flooding the city streets with drugs. Whilst the gangsters most vocal critic had been silenced her brutal murder would only expose their criminal empires and provoke an all out war with the power hungry men who had ruled the city streets f

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North Korea: The Great Illusion

This is a journey like no other, after several months of wrangling with North Korean authorities in Paris reporters Michaël Sztanke and Julien Alri obtained a visa for Pyongyang but as soon as they arrived the scene was set by a compulsory photo shoot. Journalists are kept under close surveillance and to go to North Korea is to accept the presence of guides who provide supervision 24 hours a day,

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Bloody Queens: Elizabeth and Mary

Queen Elizabeth I, conqueror of the Spanish Armada, Tudor defender of the Protestant faith, the headstrong Virgin Queen who refused to marry, but out of all of her challenges her most grueling battle happened to be with another women, her own cousin, Mary Stuart Queen of Scots. Elizabeth had not faced a more relentless threat to her crown or her life, both claimed the English throne, two Queens o

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Chris Benoit: A Fight To The Death

Before anyone had heard of Vince McMahon, WWE Raw or Friday Night Smackdown, a true wrestling tradition took place on Friday nights in the Stampede Grounds of Calgary and some of those who wrestled here would become the biggest names in the industry. These included the likes of Andre The Giant, Owen Hart, The Junkyard Dog, Davey Boy Smith and Chris Benoit, but soon one by one each of them would

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Fresh Coast

Fresh Coast

'Fresh Coast' is a documentary which sets about chronicling the legacy of some of the most prolific and influential battle rappers located deep within California's underworld grass roots hip-hop scene. Even though these young upcoming artists are very much celebrated from within the scene itself and already have gathered quite a cult following, they yet still remain relatively unknown to the world

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Enemies at the Gates & Global Jihad

  These day's it seems as though The Middle East is fracturing with Arab uprisings and military interventions taking place all across the region. As a result many civil wars have broken out and we have also seen the rise of many terrorist organisations. Stuck in the middle of all this madness is Saudi Arabia, a country which seems to be confronted by extremism on all sides, so much so that

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Stalin: Inside The Terror

In the early hours of March 2nd 1953, the most powerful man in the world lay dying alone. He had suffered a stroke at least 12 hours before, his guards were worried but they did not dare go into his bedroom. How is it that a man who was worshiped by millions could be left to lie helpless soaked in his own urine for so long? Stalin had built an empire on a framework of terror justifying it in th

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