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Restoring Peace In Central African Republic

United Nations - For decades, the Central African Republic has been plagued by instability and conflict. But in the small Western town of Bouar, ex-combatants are handing over their weapons in favour of working on com...


Refugees And Migrants: Far From Home

United Nations - By the end of 2015, 65 million people – the highest number ever - were on the move globally, forced from their homes by conflict and poverty. Calling for all countries to work together, the United N...


Syrian Conflict Takes a Toll

United Nations - Thousands of women and children are now at Greece’s northern border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, some waiting for weeks, hoping to be allowed northwards. Life in the makeshift Idome...


Yemen’s Uncertain Future

United Nations - Yemen has been consumed by violence since 2014 when warring factions began a fight for control of the country. Hundreds of civilians have been killed, thousands injured, and over a million displaced a...


Central African Republic: The path out of violence

United Nations - From the central African Republic, the story of a small country and an almost forgotten crisis. It’s a nation consumed by violence, hatred and instability. But human rights campaigners are striving to...


The Republic of Congo: Planting the seeds of the future

United Nations - A vicious ten-year war and a devastated people. Rebuilding the Republic of Congo, from a vegetable farm to the whole country, courageous women are taking the lead. 21st Century: Episode #102 Script...


Bosnia: Healing the Wounds of War

The war in Bosnia-Herzegovina may have ended fifteen years ago, but for so many of the nation's women, the legacy of wartime rape lives on. UNIA Programme # 1274 Transcript (pdf): http://www.un.org/webcast/pdf...


Gaza: Birth Amid Death

United Nations, January 2010 The birth of a child is a moment of excitement as well as anxiety. But in conflict- ridden Gaza, it is even more stressful. We meet a courageous midwife who is improving the odds for ma...


United Nations TV – Crossing the Sahara

In the windswept dunes of the Sahara, families have been torn apart by Africa's longest-running territorial conflict. Now they have the chance of a lifetime - to see each other once again after decades apart.


United Nations TV – Children of the Intifada

In the Middle East conflict, children on both sides are caught in the middle. The ongoing violence is taking an emotional toll on their lives.