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.
A violent attack at the Saudi Star rice plantation has reportedly left at least five people dead and at least eight more wounded.
Photojournalist Mimi Chakarova tells CIR about her experience filming undercover for “The Price of Sex,” a documentary about young Eastern European women who have been drawn into a netherworld of sex trafficking and abuse.
Five men accused of planning the 9/11 terror attacks will be arraigned in a military courtroom at the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba.
Today is World Water Day, when the U.N. beats its drums about one of the world’s most threatened resources. This year’s theme is “Water and Food Security.”
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