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Charles Ponzi

Boston Massachusetts, 1920 a brash and colorful Italian immigrant Charles Ponzi, promises investors that he can give them a 50% profit on their money in 45 days or double their money in 90 days. He explains his idea, an arbitrage in the foreign exchange markets that seems low risk and highly profitable and unlike most con men it appears that he may well have believed in his own scheme.Over a

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Losing Sleep

We spend one-third of our lives sleeping and still we don't fully understand why it is we sleep. We know some of the functions that lie behind it but overall it's still very much a mystery. From the beginning of time, all living beings have been governed by the need for sleep, it is considered to be one of the most critical components of life. If a human or animal doesn't sleep the outcome is sim

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Yung Lean: In My Head

Jonatan Håstad aka Yung Lean is a Swedish rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Born in Minsk and raised in Stockholm, Yung Lean spent his earlier years hanging around the Sweedish capital Stockholm, playing around with lyrics and melodies in his head, whilst dreaming of one day sharing them with the larger world. Yung Lean rose to prominence in 2013 with his song "Ginseng Strip 2002"

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The Case of Annie McCarrick

This disappearance of Annie McCarrick is one of Ireland's most infamous missing person's cases, it stunned the population of Ireland. How was it that a beautiful, vibrant, and intelligent young American woman who had come to regard Ireland as her second home could mysteriously vanish without a trace?Annie was well capable of minding herself, originally from Long Island, New York she was stree

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Inside Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown

Inside the worst nuclear disaster of the century, one year later this FRONTLINE special interviews the men who risked their lives to save the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant as they reveal what really happened when it was hit by a tsunami caused by a devastating earthquake on March 11, 2011.In the desperate hours and days after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the fate of thousands of Japanese

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Brand Irish

If you feel as though you might understand the Irish then you may want to think again. For a small Island of just 4.9 million people, the impact this nation has around the world is incredible. Ireland has a diaspora of 75 million, as such the Irish brand has become a very real and tangible resource.In this film, we examine some of the elements that have helped define the Irish brand. We discu

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North Korea: Inside the Mind of a Dictator

Kim Jong-un, ruler of North Korea, he is just 36 years old but he commands the world's fourth-largest military, he has access to nuclear weapons and his family has ruled over their people using violence and terror for over 70 years. Kim however, is a man torn between two worlds, the traditions of his brutal Communist past and the need to become a legitimate modern leader.Herein lies Kim's dil

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Crime + Punishment

Crime + Punishment is a shocking film directed by Stephen Maing, that follows a group of police officers who are simply tired of having to arrest people purely to meet quotas.Whenever we see corruption and malpractice, we are bound to also witness whistleblowers naturally emerge given enough time. However, we rarely ever get to see into the lives of these brave individuals and see firsthand

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The Dark Web: Black Market Boom

AlphaBay Market was a market that was hosted on the Dark Web accessible only via the onion routing service known as Tor network. On 13th July 2017, AlphaBay was shut down after law enforcement executed Operation Bayonet against it in the United States, Canada, and Thailand. The Dark Web site was said to have been making anywhere from $300 - $500 million a year.AlphaBay was launched in 2014,

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