BBC Our World – The Yazidi’s Secret Children (2019)

BBC Our World – The Yazidi’s Secret Children (2019)
English | Size: 370 MB
Category: Documentary


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Nafiseh Kohnavard travels to Iraq and Syria to hear from the Yazidi women forced into sexual slavery by so-called Islamic State, and who had children with their IS captors.
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BBC Our World – The Rise of the Right in Europe (2019)

BBC Our World – The Rise of the Right in Europe (2019)
English | Size: 322 MB
Category: Documentary


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A wave of far-right politics is sweeping Europe, with parties promising to smash the ruling elite, end migration and re-shape the EU. With elections just days away the Jean Mackenzie travels across the continent to find out why the Right is on the rise, meeting those celebrating its success, and those fighting to stop it. Could Europe, as we know it, be about to change?
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BBC Our World – Australia’s Water Wars (2019)

BBC Our World – Australia’s Water Wars (2019)
English | Size: 549 MB
Category: Documentary

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With a general election just weeks away revelations of government bungling, corporate greed and corruption have thrust water to the forefront of Australia’s political debate.
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BBC Our World – Portland’s Battleground (2019)

BBC Our World – Portland’s Battleground (2019)
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Since the election of Donald Trump rival groups of far-right and far-left activists have battled in the streets of some American cities. Violence has broken out in New York, Berkeley, and Charlottesville. But perhaps most affected is Portland, Oregon, a liberal, progressive city in the Pacific North-West. For our season on Crossing Divides, Mike Wendling has been there to meet activists from both sides to try to understand why the violence continues. [Read more…]

BBC Our World – The Good Struggle (2019)

BBC Our World – The Good Struggle (2019)
English | Size: 285 MB
Category: Tutorial

Perched high above the Qadisha valley in northern Lebanon, not far from the Syrian border, is the centuries-old Hamatoura monastery. In an intimate and revealing film Our World follows eighteen Greek Orthodox Christian monks, who make up the community here, as they go about their traditional and almost silent way of life: communal prayer, making cheese, candles, incense and farming. The monks reveal the personal journeys which brought them to the monastery.
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