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Our correspondents cross the globe as they take us on their personal journeys of discovery.
Last Modified: 21 Nov 2012 10:53

Al Jazeera correspondents take us on their personal journeys of discovery, showing the insights, passion and experience, exploring the events and issues that have marked their lives and careers.

So Close, So Far Away
At the end of the Vietnam war 'Operation Babylift' led to the adoption of thousands. Al Jazeera's Cath Turner examines the consequences of international adoptions. Watch from October 11.

Educating Black Boys
Al Jazeera's Tony Harris takes a personal look at Baltimore’s inner city and an education system that has failed black Americans. Watch from October 25.

Isle of Man TT: A Most Dangerous Addiction
It is described as the world's most dangerous race yet every year more riders risk all to take part. Simon McGregor Wood on the Isle of Man motorcycle TT. Watch from November 1.

The Last Rhino
The rhinoceros is under threat as the demand increases for horns - now more valuable than gold. Jonah Hull examines the poaching industry from South Africa to Asia. Watch from November 15.

The Greek Resistance
Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports on the current crisis in Greece-Germany relations and how the European project intended to bury old tensions now seems to be exacerbating them. Watch from November 22.

The House Fata Didn't Build
A Bosnian's war widow's 13-year fight against state, police and church. Al Jazeera's Sami Zeidan exposes the ongoing tensions in the aftermath of the Bosnian war. Watch from November 29.

The Changing Face of Mecca
Mecca has been transformed to cope with the ever growing numbers of pilgrims each year. Khadija Magardie looks at how these changes have impacted the holy city and the experience of the pilgrimage. Watch from December 6.

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