Is the Assad regime using chemical weapons against its own people? Have they crossed the famous ‘red line’ defined by Barack Obama? We went to Tripoli in north Lebanon and spoke to injured Syrian refuges and their (...) +
Until the 1980s, the Antarctic terrain was reserved for explorers and scientists. Today, 30,000 enthusiasts flock to the South Pole every year to discover and revisit its wonders. It has become a tourist (...) +
Brian had never ridden a horse in his life until he was incarcerated in Carson City Jail in Nevada. Now this 38-year old inmate not only rides real wild Mustangs, but he now has an acute sense for them. He is one of (...) +
In Morocco, a law exists whereby convicted rapists can be pardoned and escape punishment if they marry their victims. This law not only causes traumatising and bizarre cases to appear but it represents a gross (...) +
At 23 years old, Celine weighs 120 kilos. To overcome obesity once and for all, she has chosen a radical solution: gastric bypass surgery, an operation that consists of dramatically decreasing stomach size.
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The Komodo dragon is the largest living species of lizard and is now only found in the Indonesian archipelago.
Each year, thousands of thrill-seeking visitors hurry to Komodo island to get a glimpse of the ancient (...) +
Brazil is the biggest Catholic country in the world and one of the biggest party countries. So perhaps it isn’t surprising that it is also the birthplace of the ’Christotech’, A crossover between church service and (...) +
In Bangkok, firemen are constantly on red alert to come to the public’s rescue. But the main concerns aren’t fires but snakes. Pythons, King Cobras, even Komodo Dragons stray into homes and the firefighters are also (...) +