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Tunisia – Dashed Hopes


5 years after Tunisia's revolution, many feel bitterly disappointed. There are few jobs, and thousands of young men are joining the Islamic State terror group. Mehdi Akkari is famous in Tunisia as a rapper. He's turned his music against the radicals


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 19 December 2015  12m
 
 

Tunisia – Dashed Hopes


5 years after Tunisia's revolution, many feel bitterly disappointed. There are few jobs, and thousands of young men are joining the Islamic State terror group. Mehdi Akkari is famous in Tunisia as a rapper. He's turned his music against the radicals


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 19 December 2015  12m
 
 

Tunisia – Dashed Hopes


5 years after Tunisia's revolution, many feel bitterly disappointed. There are few jobs, and thousands of young men are joining the Islamic State terror group. Mehdi Akkari is famous in Tunisia as a rapper. He's turned his music against the radicals


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 19 December 2015  12m
 
 

Living from garbage - Cartoneros in Argentina


Luciano makes a living from garbage. He is one of over 10,000 cartoneros in Argentina’s capital. Luciano is one of 10,000 cartoneros in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires. They lug carts and collect recyclables that they can sell for a living. Many of them live in shantytowns on the outskirts of the city.Living from garbage – Cartoneros in Argentina


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 12 December 2015  12m
 
 

Living from garbage - Cartoneros in Argentina


Luciano makes a living from garbage. He is one of over 10,000 cartoneros in Argentina’s capital. Luciano is one of 10,000 cartoneros in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires. They lug carts and collect recyclables that they can sell for a living. Many of them live in shantytowns on the outskirts of the city.Living from garbage – Cartoneros in Argentina


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 12 December 2015  12m
 
 

Living from garbage - Cartoneros in Argentina


Luciano makes a living from garbage. He is one of over 10,000 cartoneros in Argentina’s capital. Luciano is one of 10,000 cartoneros in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires. They lug carts and collect recyclables that they can sell for a living. Many of them live in shantytowns on the outskirts of the city.Living from garbage – Cartoneros in Argentina


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 12 December 2015  12m
 
 

Oil plantations threaten the rainforest


Indonesia is the scene of massive deforestation – most of it illegal slash and burn. Forest fires in Indonesia have made the headlines this year. The country has the third-largest area of rainforest in the world, but it's also the scene of massive deforestation. Most of it illegal and carried out to make space for palm oil plantations.


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 05 December 2015  12m
 
 

A Bolivian woman fighting for her music


Bolivia's indigenous culture is booming. Ana García is a Cholita, who wants a carrier in music. In Bolivia, the indigenous culture is booming, since the country has an indigenous president for the first time. Ana García is a "Cholita" - as indigenous women are known in their traditional dresses. Now she ventures into the music business.


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 28 November 2015  12m
 
 

A Bolivian woman fighting for her music


Bolivia's indigenous culture is booming. Ana García is a Cholita, who wants a carrier in music. In Bolivia, the indigenous culture is booming, since the country has an indigenous president for the first time. Ana García is a "Cholita" - as indigenous women are known in their traditional dresses. Now she ventures into the music business.


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 28 November 2015  12m
 
 

A Bolivian woman fighting for her music


Bolivia's indigenous culture is booming. Ana García is a Cholita, who wants a carrier in music. In Bolivia, the indigenous culture is booming, since the country has an indigenous president for the first time. Ana García is a "Cholita" - as indigenous women are known in their traditional dresses. Now she ventures into the music business.


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 28 November 2015  12m