The Jihadis Next Door

Since 1982, it can be said that Channel Four has been at the forefront of reaching its audience through a dynamic, innovative approach towards telling the full story, yet this often means that touchy and controversial issues have to be addressed at the same time.
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Israel’s Inhumane Arrests of Palestinian Minors

Never has a reality been this manipulated in the eyes of the world’s vast majority to influence the corruption of historic facts, merely to ensure one community benefited at the expense of another. Various accounts and multiple authentic resources share a story that most disregard as a myth in this day and age of manipulative media coverage.
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White Ribbon 2015

In honor of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the Campsie Police and the City of Canterbury Council in Australia invited their community to the White Ribbon Day march, and to share the message ‘there is no excuse for abuse’.
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Is Burundi Sliding Back to Civil War?

The Belgians’ Burundi colonies were the first people to set-up a platform for the future political violence in Burundi. After the Belgians observed the differences between the Tutsi and Hutu community, they acted in favour of the Tutsi, while the Hutu were subjected to hard labour. In 1933, racial identity cards were issued, to identify them as Tutsi or Hutu, and a small percentage of Twa.
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Female Genital Mutilation in the Western World

Female Genital Mutilation occurs all over the world, but most frequently in African countries, where it occurs to a much higher percentage of the female population, for example in Djibouti 98% of females have experienced some form of genital mutilation (FGM). The World Health Organization estimates that 125 million girls and women have experienced FGM in the 29 African and Middle Eastern countries where it is most frequently performed.
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