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Rwanda, beautiful country
Despite US sanctions it has achieved great things
There are reality shows and there is reality. Season 2 of the hit series heads for the Middle East. Dr. Bob Arnot takes you into the lion’s den to places like; Lebanon, Syria, and Afghanistan with a journalistic style
In Kalangala, Uganda, John Muniishya woke up one day to find bulldozers clearing his land to plant oil palms. John and his community have preserved their forests and lands for generations. Now their way of life is at risk. Help
Adams Travels across the simmering heat of the Sahara with a Tuareg caravan, haggles for a pillar of salt and skies down the biggest sand dune in the world. This is the Land of Fear.
Bitonga Divers Executive Director, Carlos Macuacua, guides Anthony Bourdain through Northern Moçambique. Tony provides a history lesson and makes great observations about what makes Moçambican people unique. The oceans of this mysterious nation are home to an abundance of
Situated on the most northwest tip of Africa, Morocco is a tantalising country steeped in mystique and culture. It offers extraordinarily diverse cultures and activities, from beautiful trekking in the stunning High Atlas mountains and witnessing real mountain life with the friendly Berbers tribes,
People from wealthy industrialized nations see flip-flops as cheap and disposable. But in Kenya, much-loved “pata-patas” are repaired, reused, and recycled—but never wasted. The film follows the long life cycle of this colorful footwear, a story full of resourcefulness, enterprise,
In this episode Bruce Parry goes to live with the Suri tribe of southwest Ethiopia and takes part in the fierce stick fights that are at the heart of Suri culture. These fights, called donga, have traditionally been used to settle scores between villages, and to keep order. But the system is increasingly threatened by the invasion of guns. No longer are the elders looked to for permission that a donga can take place — with a bullet, retribution can be swift, and fatal.
A film about the amazing stores of ancient literature to be found in and around Timbuktu.
VICE travels to Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo where the mountain gorillas — 200 of the earth’s last 720 — are in a desperate fight for their survival.
Madagascar, the world’s oldest island, broke off from Africa and India and has been on its own for more than 70 million years. In splendid isolation, it has evolved its very own wildlife – more than 80 per cent of it is found nowhere else. And that wildlife is quite extraordinary. In this episode, we reveal the island’s most bizarre and dramatic places, and the unique wildlife that has made its home in each, thanks to the geology and isolation of this Alice-in-Wonderland world.
Ongota is a story of a one man’s mission to save a dying language. Italian linguist, Graziano Savà, travels to a remote corner of Ethiopia to live and work with the twelve last remaining speakers of the Ongota language. When they die, the language dies. Graziano’s solution to save Ongota from extinction is to transform it from an oral to a written language. It’s a struggle against time.
Excerpts An informant tells Gen. Dallaire about the Hutu extremists’ extermination plans. But Kofi Annan‘s U.N. peacekeeping office is skeptical; Annan tells Dallaire not to raid arms caches and avoid using any force. Seeing that no action is being taken
In the village of Farar, in the heart of Senegal, over 875 share only two water spigots. From these spigots, the women of the village each carry buckets of water, weighing up to 50 pounds, anywhere from a couple hundred
Thirty Thousand is a epic surf film made about two brothers who go on a massive surfing odyssey from Casablanca to Cape town. This film fully captures the spirit and adventure of down to earth surf travel. No expensive boat
The Great Mosque of Djenné, Mali, is a magnet for tourists, but it is increasingly difficult for locals to live a normal life around it.