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The Fake Murder that Fooled the World

It was a murder that sent shockwaves around the world, news outlets all over were reporting the assignation of Arkady Babchenko, who was a Russian journalist and outspoken critic of President Putin. Just weeks after the novichok poisoning in Salisbury another apparent attack on foreign soil. Found in a pool of blood Babchenko was declared murdered in Ukraine in ...

A Shot In the Dark
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A Shot In the Dark

Tony Martin is a farmer from Norfolk, England who became infamous when he fatally gunned down a 16 year old burglar and wounded his accomplice in his home in August 1999. He was originally convicted of murder but this was later reduced to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility and

Crime, Society
The Most Unknown
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The Most Unknown

The Most Unknown is a first of its kind hour and a half epic journey which sends nine scientists all over the world with the common goal of uncovering the answers to some of our biggest questions, these being how did life begin? what exactly is time? what is consciousness? and how much do we really

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Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity

Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity

A three part documentary series which see's Professor Jim Al-Khalili tell  the story of our quest to master the power of electricity. The three episodes are condensed into one video here, see the timestamps below to know were each episode begins. Episode 1 - Spark (0:00): In the first episo

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The Bank That Almost Broke Britain

The Bank That Almost Broke Britain

Ten years ago on the 7th October 2008, Britain almost went completely bust. The giant Royal Bank of Scotland known as RBS had run out of cash. It was said that they couldn't even get to the end of the day, the bank was doomed and the government had a mere 24 hours to step in and save the British eco

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The Rise of Fentanyl: Death On The I-95 – Two Years On

The Rise of Fentanyl: Death On The I-95 – Two Years On

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has released the shocking statistic that every 11 minutes someone dies in the United States from an opioid overdose. This is being considered to be the number one public health challenge of our time. Overdosing from drugs is now the main cause of death for Americ

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Dr. Dre: Another Beat

Dr. Dre: Another Beat

No other artist in the world of hip hop has constructed a successful and solid reputation as Dr. Dre, renowned for being one of the founding fathers of gangster rap he has been revered for bringing innovation and slick technique to the world of hip hop since the late 80's. He enriched the genre t

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You Don’t Know Shit

You Don’t Know Shit

Every day the United States must find a way to get rid of 5 billion gallons of human waste and they appear increasingly unable to find the space. Sewage spills are common place and the nightmare is only getting worse as a never ending stream of people descend upon major cities putting extra strain o

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The Disappearing Male

The Disappearing Male

The Disappearing Male is about one of the most important, and least publicized, issues facing the human species: the toxic threat to the male reproductive system. The last few decades have seen steady and dramatic increases in the incidence of boys and young men suffering from genital deformities

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The Obama Deception

The Obama Deception

The Obama Deception is a hard-hitting documentary-film created by infowars.com that completely destroys the myth that Barack Obama is working for the best interests of the American people. Throughout history people tendet to follow charismatic leaders and to believe everything they said. I say: Let’

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It Happened In Tiananmen Square

It Happened In Tiananmen Square

June 1989, for weeks hundreds of thousands of students of Chinese students and workers had defied their authority leaders and camped out in Beijing's Tiananmen Square calling for change. It was a revolution in the making, as people for the first time were questioning authority in China and this had

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