Taking on the Mafia
A restaurant owner - backed an anti-mafia movement - refuses to pay the mafia's "tax."
30,000 Feet: Frequent Flyer
Gabriel Leigh takes us into the complicated world of the frequent-flyer-mileage obsessed.
Brazil: Hired Guns
Fighting for a share of the land.
California: The Immigration Dilemma
Jason Margolis investigates the immigration debate in California.
Namibia: This Land Is Ours
Who should own Namibia's farms?
Return to Kirkuk
A Kurdish exile's journey home.
Filmmaker Beate Arnestad moved to Sri Lanka in 2002 and saw that an entire generation was growing up surrounded by violence. Her resulting film My Daughter the Terrorist, recut and excerpted here, goes inside the special Tamil Tigers' suicide division and is believed to be the first time any suicide bomber has spoken on film about their training and motivations.
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