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Vardan Hovhannisyan tries to come to terms with the Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Discover one Bulgarian town's identity crisis involving war, nuclear power, and giant mosquitoes.
A revolutionary in Peru takes over the Japanese ambassador’s home to free his wife.
An attorney and a torture survivor track the former dictator of Chad who terrorized his countrymen for a decade.
As Israel disengages from the Gaza Strip, democracy is pitted against social and political turmoil.
Families of those killed under dictator Spanish General Francisco Franco search for answers.
Three quarters of Vietnam's population is too young to remember the American War.
A filmmaker follows her father back to Afghanistan to fight skyrocketing maternal mortality.
The role of Cuban revolutionaries in the people's struggles in Africa.
How do you teach the children of war that there are choices beyond violence and drug trafficking?
A terrorist bomb levels Los Angeles, making one man reconsider his life.
A Kurdish refugee returns to his homeland to make peace with the past.
A journalist investigates the kidnap, torture, and murder of civilians by Indonesia's military.
Arab and Jewish children learn together as their school attempts a binational and bilingual program.
Chahinaz, an Algerian student, begins to wonder what life is like for other Muslim women worldwide.
Hannah Senesh was the World War II-era poet and diarist who became a and modern-day Joan of Arc.
Project Kashmir tests a friendship in one of the most dangerous and beautiful places on earth.
“Religion had been used to divide the people, and then divide the land.”
“I just want some ... distance from this place, so it comes in my dreams, and not my nightmares.”
Bombs level civilian houses as the Indian Army tries to flush out suspected militants.
Listen in on a behind-the-scenes conversation about the real motivations of the filmmakers.
A pair of filmmakers meet the unexpected when they cross into disputed territory between Pakistan and India.
Language, culture, and history foil Americans training civilians for the Afghan National Army.
Abu Jandal on becoming a Jihadi and being Osama bin Laden’s bodyguard.
Historian Jean Meyer describes how notions of revolution, history, and memory inform the film.
Benazir Bhutto lived a life of Shakespearean proportions.
Meet five female soldiers who saw action in Iraq’s Sunni Triangle.
Called back in 2007 as Pakistan's best hope for democracy, Benazir paid the highest price.
Her wedding to Asif Ali Zardari was compared to a Bollywood movie or a campaign event.
In a recorded interview, Benazir described the people as her greatest source of strength.
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