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Who Bombed Omagh?

On a Saturday afternoon in August 1998 a red Vauxhall parked in the centre Omagh, a town located in Country Tyrone, Ireland. Inside this car were two men and up to 500 pounds of explosives, after arming the bomb the two men walked away and melted into the crowd. Waiting nearby was a getaway car, these men and the many more who helped them were responsible for the single worst atrocity of the Irish

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Trump’s Trade War

With President Trump upping the pressure for a trade deal with China by stating he will introduce higher tariffs on Chinese goods, this FRONTLINE and NPR special sees correspondent Laura Sullivan investigate the forces which are at work behind the tensions both in the United States and abroad. It is a great power struggle which seems to have many people concerned with regards to the economic fu

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Mystery of The Sun

Mystery of The Sun

It's an alien landscape where magnetic tornados twist upward tens of thousands of miles, home to mysterious dark spots each large enough to engulf the Earth ebb and flow. It is a place of violent eruptions that shoot tones of charged particles into space at speeds of over two million mile per hour. This is not some strange world on the other side of the galaxy, this is our Sun a yellow dwarf st

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Meet the Night Runners

There seems to be a mysterious trend gripping rural Kenya, it is something which has been spoken about through the generations, a form of witchcraft for want of a better description. The people carrying out this voodoo have been given the name 'Night Runners'. They are said to be villagers who are possessed by a demonic spirit which encourages them to wreak havoc for their neighbours at night.

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The Minds of Men

On April 13th 1953, newly appointed CIA director Allen Dulles signed off on MKUltra, the CIA's top secret mind control project. Three days before that Dulles gave a speech on the battle for mens minds to justify it. For Dulles it was a missive into a newly declared battle for the minds of men and would come just weeks after he became CIA director as a countermeasure to Soviet "brainwashing". Du

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War Feels Like War

Originally released in 2004, War Feels Like War is a British film which for three months follows five reporters and photographers who managed to circumvent the military media control in order to gain access to a different perspective of the Iraq War. As the world witnessed the Coalition of the willing sweep through Iraq, some journalists in Kuwait took it upon themselves to travel in their wake

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Area 51: The CIA’s Secret Files

A short flight from Las Vegas, deep in the Nevada desert lies Area 51 the CIA's secret. It is a giant clandestine base that remained unacknowledged and disavowed by the United States government for almost 60 years but in August 2013 the CIA finally admitted that this place is real. In this National Geographic special we see Richard Co, a former United States Air Force pilot head straight for it

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Seattle is Dying

Seattle is Dying

KOMO's Eric Johnson asks the question what if Seattle is dying and the citizens of the United States don't even know it? This is a story about a seething, simmering anger that is now boiling over into outrage, it is about people who have felt compassion but who know longer feel safe, no longer feel they are heard or even protected. This is a story about a beautiful jewel that has been violated

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Inside Rolls Royce

Inside Rolls Royce

As one of the oldest and most famous brands in the world Rolls Royce have been providing luxury motor cars to the super rich for over a century. The cars themselves are a true symbol of status and just scream success. In order to keep the wealthy happy with their wheels it takes a special kind of dedication and in a year where Rolls Royce are building their most expensive car ever, the British

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