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Tens of thousands of Greeks, often ethnic Turks, were stripped of their nationality and now face a battle to regain it.
A story of migrants in Lebanon, whose dreams of finding a new life abroad often turn out to be little more than fantasy.
We trace the reasons for the split between north and South Sudan and its impact on the lives of ordinary South Sudanese.
Exclusive gated communities are springing up across Istanbul, but how are they shaping the social fabric of the city?
What will become of families stranded in Vietnam since their Moroccan fathers defected from the French army in 1953?
Circassians are protesting the holding of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games 150 years after being expelled from their land.
The story behind Mossad's bungled bid to assassinate Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal.
The history of modern Syria is offering an intriguing and incisive perspective on the current war in the country.
Palestinian Bedouins in the Israeli-occupied Jordan Valley struggle to cling on to an age-old way of life.
Palestinian Christians speak out about the obstacles facing pilgrims to sites associated with the life of Jesus.
Can a Qatari former camel herder find an alternative to the mass killing of camels underway in Australia?
Turkey and Israel were once good friends but ties have slowly soured, creating new geopolitical tensions in the region.
Increasing numbers of immigrants are risking the treacherous journey to Italy in search of a better life in Europe.
The story of a Japanese guerrilla group that embraced the Palestinian cause during the 1970s.
An insight into the struggles of Germany's Turkish community as revealed through the lives of a Berlin street gang.
It has offices in 40 countries, nearly three million members and a $150m budget, but where did it all begin?
An investigation into the methods used by Israel's controversial internal security service.
We follow a Sesame Street composer as he learns how his music has been used to torture detainees at Guantanamo Bay.
Having the chance to attend school, two Turkmen girls in Afghanistan reveal their hopes and fears for the future.
As Libya emerges from the shadows of dictatorship, it must decide whether to embrace retribution or reconciliation.
The drying up of the Aral Sea was an environmental and human tragedy, but can Kazakhstan undo this man-made disaster?
This series traces the secret road to the Oslo Accords and asks why, 20 years on, peace remains elusive.

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Al Jazeera World is a series of one-hour documentaries showcasing films from across the Al Jazeera Network. This series includes films shown both on Al Jazeera's Arabic channel as well as its Documentary channel.

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