This week, The I Files is featuring investigations from across the Middle East, highlighting the stories behind the headlines from Egypt, the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian territories, Israel and Iran.
In its ongoing crackdown on dissent, Iran's government is now jailing the lawyers who defend political prisoners.
This week, The I Files is featuring stories highlighting veterans, their families and the array of challenges soldiers face when they return home.
This week on The I Files, we're highlighting girls' education in Afghanistan and Pakistan, child sacrifice in Uganda, civil war in Syria, New York's stop-and-frisk policy, and the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
This week The I Files features three stories dealing with an issue that deeply divides American society – gay rights and religion.
We’re going a little glam on The I Files this week with a special themed playlist devoted to all things Emmy. You’ll get a taste of the year’s best Emmy-nominated documentaries.
Human Rights Watch has released a report detailing reprisal attacks by the Ethiopian military over a shooting at a rice farm.
In Niger, farmers race to reclaim the desert and break the link between drought and famine.
Farmers in Ghana face tough choices in the search for a fertility boost.
Director Mila Turajlić discusses the four years it took to research and film “Cinema Komunisto” and surprises she unearthed in the film archives of Yugoslav President Josip Tito.
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