Al Jazeera Documentaries
People and Power investigates sorcery-related infanticide in the African republic of Benin.
One woman's enterprise helps DR Congo's rape survivors find healing and an independent income through farming.
Through friendship and bravery a group of young Sudanese fight to overthrow one of the world's most brutal regimes.
Sudan once represented the greatest hope for peaceful coexistence between Arab and African, Muslim and Christian.
With mismanagement, corruption and unethical practices, we look at what oil really means for the people of Sudan.
Africa Investigates gives some of Africa's best journalists the chance to pursue high-level investigative targets.
Who really killed DR Congo's President Laurent-Desire Kabila and is the world ignoring a major miscarriage of justice?
Fifty years after it gained its freedom from France, some say Chad is being subjected to a new form of colonialism.
After 50 years of independence, the West African country is finally severing ties with its former colonial master.
Searching for a better life, many immigrants are struggling to survive in the world's fastest growing megacity.
Two former Lord's Resistance Army commanders seek tribal justice in order to be granted atonement for their crimes.
An investigation into the plight of African women caught in a web of organised crime, prostitution and trafficking.
In a country divided between those who see Chavez as a hero and those who see him as a dictator one man is speaking out.
Is the US heading toward a future of racial tolerance or racially-motivated violence?
Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo follows the story of an activist who lived and died for the Amazon Rainforest.
The trials of Jewish-American political scientist Norman Finkelstein.
With the US continuing to execute prisoners, Fault Lines looks at the politics driving capital punishment in the US.
Roughly two million young people in the US are unaware that they are classified as illegal immigrants.
Colombian pilots brave one of the world's most perilous air routes to deliver supplies to villagers deep in the Amazon.
Football is helping the women of the Andes find a political voice and fight the effects of climate change.
Gold fever is sweeping across South America and is at its most lethal in Colombia where it is fuelling the civil war.
More women are serving on the frontlines than ever before, but many return home to find that new battles await them.
Jorge and Alex are teenagers looking for a way out of desperate poverty and lives blighted by mining-induced ill health.
One year after the dramatic rescue of 33 miners from deep beneath the ground Lucia Newman returns to Chile.
It is a nation built on the abolition of slavery, but there are at least 40,000 slaves in the US today.
Colombia's former FARC guerrillas must live with the regrets of their past and the deadly temptations of the present.
Cuba has taken a dramatic step away from its socialist policies of the past, but how has this impacted ordinary Cubans?
A love story between a dentist from New Jersey with a passion for photography and the iconic New York skyline.
One out of every three Americans is obese, but food revolutions are underway and some are fighting back.
There is a unique and dangerous commerce system at work in Amazonia, where children risk their lives for a few pennies.
Bolivia's coca farmers make a living criss-crossing deep valleys on a web of makeshift cables high above forest canopy.
A special three-part series taking an in-depth look at the post 9/11 'war on terror'.
Examining the impact of the Australian government's so-called 'intervention' policy on aboriginal communities.
How a group of US veterans in Vietnam are trying to atone for the mistakes of the past.
Activist Debby Chan takes on one of the world's favourite brands in her fight for workers' rights.
People & Power looks at Miyako's citizens that survived Japan's devastating earthquake.
An impoverished Chinese farmer struggles to equip his daughters for a better future in a changing world.
A man embarks on a journey to discover the link between China's Cultural Revolution and his parents' divorce.
An insight into the problems presented by China's rapidly ageing population.
Veronica Pedrosa, whose family was forced into exile by the Philippines Marcos regime, confronts Imelda about her past.
People & Power investigates a conflict in southern Thailand that is now in its seventh year.
A team of magistrates travel by motorbike to remote mountain villages in a bid to bring state justice to rural China.
Faces of China
Barnaby Phillips follows the life of one of the forgotten heroes of World War II.
Al Jazeera Correspondent
A journey across Afghanistan with the US army's medical team.
Central & South Asia
Meet the men who navigate arguably the world's most dangerous road in order to ferry goods to remote mountain villages.
People & Power investigates the terrifying plight of Uzbek exiles.
Will the US withdrawal from Afghanistan threaten hard-won gains in the battle against the Taliban?
Al Jazeera's Steve Chao follows the struggle of the Tibetan people to preserve an ancient culture.
Ali Abbas travels around Pakistan tackling fanaticism, but can he make a difference?
How two activists are challenging Indian society and transforming trafficked girls into the leaders of tomorrow.
It is a form of slavery that is passed down from one generation to the next, enslaving millions.
Imran Garda examines the 40-year war that has claimed thousands of lives but been largely ignored outside of India.
Naseema was born into and lives in one of India's most infamous brothels but is now working to free trafficked women.
An investigation into the trafficking of Nepalese children that are sold to work in Indian circuses.
This film deconstructs five days in August when England burned and asks whether it has now emerged from the ashes.
The story of a lost generation and the anguish of those searching desperately for their loved ones.
People & Power examines the secretive world of the Vatican's bank.
People & Power investigates allegations of neglect in Ireland's childcare system.
Greek youths reflect on how the killing of a teenager by the police and the resulting riots changed their lives.
People & Power examines the story behind the hunt for Ratko Mladic, Europe's most wanted man.
An investigation into how Vietnamese children trafficked to work in the UK's cannabis trade are prosecuted as criminals.
People & Power investigates the conflict in the Russian republic of Ingushetia.
Fifty years after the Berlin Wall was erected, the spectre of the Stasi continues to loom over Germany.
There are an estimated 1.4 million sex slaves in the world today and international trafficking is on the rise.
Slavery: A 21st Century Evil
Andrew Richardson goes in search of the soul of British football.
Al Jazeera Correspondent
The stories behind the iconic images of the Arab uprisings as told by those who filmed them.
Middle East
Innovations in technology are changing the tactics of modern-day conflict, turning the cyberworld into a new frontline.
The story of the Arab revolution that was abandoned by the Arabs, forsaken by the West and forgotten by the world.
The BDS movement aims to economically undermine Israel, but is it really having the desired impact on the ground?
As revolution shakes the Arab world, a series of films explore the roots of the uprisings and ask 'what next'?
It is a source of sustenance but also of tension and new political realities are now increasing uncertainty.
As demonstrations advance across Yemen, People & Power follows activist Tawakkol Karman.
For centuries, Egypt has sought to tame the Nile and control its use, but others are now challenging this dominance.
An insight into Osama bin Laden's life through the eyes of people who knew him and met him.
We follow a Palestinian girl's gradual rehabilitation after she was shot and blinded in Gaza.
The battle for control of the Nile is at the heart of geopolitical rivalries - both old and new - in the region.
How one Israeli soldier became a bargaining chip in a much larger political game.
Al Jazeera looks at the life of the late Egyptian president Anwar al-Sadat.
Special programme
We look at the role of social media in Egypt and at the bloggers who sowed the seeds of a multi-media uprising.
Fault Lines travels to Bahrain and asks why the US backs democracy in one Arab country, but not another.
Fault Lines
Fault Lines travels to the frontlines of the war in Libya to see what US policy looks like on the ground.
Fault Lines
Does the absence of a common history textbook reflect broader divisions in Lebanon?
Al Jazeera World
Lebanese women from all sides talk about participating in their country's civil war.
Bilal Khrais
Lebanese reflect upon 22 years of occupation and the day it ended.
Al Jazeera World
As Gaddafi wages war against a popular uprising, Libyan exiles explain how terror has long been a tool of the regime.
Special programme
Josh Rushing travels to the city dubbed the murder capital of the world.
Fault Lines
Mexico's Drug War
While Mexico's drug war rages on, where do those caught in the crossfire find a safe haven?
Josh Rushing finds out how campesino communities caught in the narco-economy are resisting repression and dispossession.
A look at the journalists who are determined to report the grim truth about Mexico's violent drug war.
With 1% of Americans controlling 40% of the country's wealth, we examine the gap between the rich and the rest.
Fault Lines travels to Puerto Rico to investigate the harsh economic policies being imposed on the people there.
Three Argentinians put themselves in harm's way as they try to stop a gold mining company destroying their environment.
Residents of one Canadian town are engaged in a David and Goliath-style battle over the dirtiest oil project ever known.
A look at Evo Morales' struggle to reconcile environmental goals with economic development.
Avi Lewis travels to Bolivia to explore the country's climate crusade from the inside.
Could an ancient herb be the answer to both poverty and malaria in Africa?
People & Power investigates the global war against polio.
Cholera is a silent killer in Bangladesh but one hospital is helping to give hope to millions.
As US pharmaceutical companies move their operations abroad, India has become a testing ground for trial medicines.
For many in the West pain ends with a pill, but elsewhere the war on drugs is cutting people off from pain medication.
What can be done to crack down on the black-market trade in anti-malarial drugs in Uganda?
The maternal mortality rate in rural regions of northern Vietnam is 10 times higher than the national average.
Maternal Health
Today, illegal abortions are the leading cause of death among young women in Latin America.
The most frequent surgical procedure in the US is the C-section, but can the blessings of choice be a curse of options?
The Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital treats 1,300 women a year - we hear some of their stories.
We look towards the future as we follow the people working on Fistula prevention.
We see the work being done in the hospital's rural clinics and follow one woman on her emotional journey home.
A look at the growing criminalisation of homebirth midwives and Hungary''s controversial policies.
More children are having children in the US than in any other developed nation in the world.
News Bulletin
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