Taking on the Mafia
A restaurant owner - backed an anti-mafia movement - refuses to pay the mafia's "tax."
Bolivia: My Five Years With Evo
Following the rise of South America's first indigenous president.
Chicago: Little Mexico
Legal son of an illegal mother.
Cuba: The Art Revolution
Challenging Fidel's socialist system.
France: Soundtrack to a Riot
A rap of protest from the ghetto.
India: The Missing Girls
A society out of balance.
Namibia is a vast, arid, largely empty country on the southwest coast of Africa. The long shoreline -- where the chilly Atlantic meets the Namib Desert -- is so forbidding that sailors named it the "skeleton coast." In this Frontline/World rough cut, Sarah Colt explores the issue of who should own Namibia's farms and cattle ranches.
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