Torrential rain, flooded villages, crossings turned into rivers, overflowing sewage systems, people drowning in their own homes; the rainy season in Liberia is one of the most destructive in the world. For pennies, (...) +
Rémy Marion, 45, is a polar bear fanatic, unsurprisingly given the sculpted bushes, ornaments and photos in his house in south Paris. He is also an expert in the study of the animal and organises tourist excursions (...) +
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The acclaimed series from Tony Comiti, now licensed by over 20 channels.
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The land locked nation of Tajikistan is the poorest country in central Asia. The mountainous landscape is unforgiving and temperatures extreme. Here desperate truck drivers can wait for days to get assigned a load (...) +