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Ukraine
Welcome to Chernobyl!
Uruguay
Utopia in the desert
A very peaceful and creative place for very special people

Right in front of the the Atlantic ocean, hidden behind the sandy dunes, there's a small strip of Uruguayan coast swept by the wind and away frm all usual travellers' routes. So far. Cabo Polonio today is still a surreal place where a very strange community lives: no more than 50-60 people indeed de
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Turkey
Turkish Blue Gold
How water resources may change a Nation's geography

Now more than ever, in Turkey water is a vital issue which raises tensions both inside and outside the country. At the beginning of the 80s the Turkish government launched the GAP project (Guneydoglu Anadolu Projesi), a regional development plan aimed at Southeastern Anatolia, also known as Turkish
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United States
No one will trespass
Paramilitary volunteers patrolling the Us border

A group of armed volunteers, coming from different rightwing parties and political groups, gathers in the Vekol Valley, Sonora Desert, 87 miles from Phoenix, to patrol a territory that is also known as a perfect natural way for drug traffickers and illegal immigrants.

Due to its vastness it
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Albania
Swinging Tirana
A new life and energy run through the streets of the capital

Just twenty years ago, the city of Tirana was a sort of Pyongyang in the heart of Europe, the capital of a paranoid, isolated nation. Today Tirana is a vibrant, ambitious town, welcoming those who ran away during the Nineties now back richer, and with a better instruction. It's people in their thirt
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World
Out of Tibet
Tenacious daily life of Tibetans refugees spread around the world

Before the Chinese occupation in 1949-50, Tibetans where estimated to be up to 6 million. Now in their original land live around 4.5 million people only. One million have been killed or died due to torture or starvation during the Chinese invasion, while the rest (the official number is 150.000, but
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Italy
The sleep of reason
How land pollution is killing Italians living nearby Naples

The window on the high-speed train to Naples, Italy, frames an idyllic picture - rolling hills, sun-covered vineyards, and fertile farmland. But beneath the fertile soil of this region lies something insidious, an amalgam of industrial, hospital and nuclear waste that is spiking cancer rates and spr
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Israel
Aaron's getting married
A very special Jewish unromantic day in Jerusalem

Aaron Kreus, 18, is the oldest out of 15 syblings. Within the Ultra Orthodox Jewish community, family is the core and one of the most important days in the life of a mother and a father is when their first born child gets married. When a son or a daughter approaches the age to be wed, the family doe
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Israel
New families album
The gay and lesbian community in Israel: Tel Aviv's new families

Tel Aviv's 2014 Gay Pride theme was in the news, and still is: the new families, children with two fathers or two mothers. A study of the American Psychological Association says there is no scientific evidence that parents' sexual orientation can influence or decide the ability of being good fathers
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