A Vietnam War vet returns for the first time to meet survivors of the My Lai massacre and set the record straight.
TechKnow explores scientists' last-ditch conservation effort to save the world's smallest porpoise from extinction.
An updated People & Power investigation into how US purchases of Soviet-era weapons fuel the cycle of war in the Middle East.
Eight years on from Gaddafi’s death, an investigation into how western governments handed over his opponents for detention and torture by Libyan intelligence.
In the second episode, infighting breaks out between the parties that struggled for independence, the armed groups, new Prime Minister Bourguiba and his rivals.
In the first episode of two, the armed struggle for Tunisian independence in the 1950s, seen through the eyes of those who fought the colonial French on the ground.
The two-part story of Hassan al-Turabi, the Sudanese political figure whose power and influence continued even after being imprisoned by Omar al-Bashir.
With exclusive new evidence on the disposal of the body, an investigation into Khashoggi’s death which implicates the highest levels of the Saudi government.
Through extremely rare testimony, women reveal their roles in ISIL and insights on their motivations and the failed mission of the armed group.
A young woman survives a brutal honour killing in India and testifies against her own parents over the murder of her lower caste husband.