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  • Art Trafficking - Coming Soon promo

    Priceless, products of war, smuggled and sold to auction houses and private collectors. We investigate the clandestine world of art and antiquities trafficking.

    Art Trafficking - Coming Soon promo
    Art Trafficking - Coming Soon promo

    Priceless, products of war, smuggled and sold to auction houses and private collectors. We investigate the clandestine world of art and antiquities trafficking.

    00:30Mar 6, 2017

  • America's oldest oak tree to be cut down

    The oldest oak tree in North America is about to be cut down, leaving a town nostalgic for the hundreds of years of history under its branches.

    America's oldest oak tree to be cut down
  • Salmon eating sea-lice effect Scotland’s fish exports

    Western Scotland - Whether its smoked, poached or grilled, salmon is a favourite fish for many of us. But the tasty meal's expected to become a lot more expensive.

    Salmon eating sea-lice effect Scotland’s fish exports
  • Yemen: Protesters march as US intensifies air strikes

    The US is stepping up its fight against Al Qaeda in Yemen. It has conducted more than 30 airstrikes over the past two days. And in the capital Sanaa, thousands of demonstrators have been marching in support of the Houthi rebel group

    Yemen: Protesters march as US intensifies air strikes
  • Philippine's sea trade routes face growing piracy problem

    Armed groups are being blamed for an increase in piracy activities on the southern Philippine border and the government is being urged to curb lawlessness.

    Philippine's sea trade routes face growing piracy problem
  • Former Haitian president Preval dies aged 74

    Rene Preval, the only Haitian president to serve two full terms without being jailed, exiled or killed, has died at the age of 74. He led the nation through the devastating 2010 earthquake.

    Former Haitian president Preval dies aged 74
  • Argentine football players go on strike over unpaid wages

    Buenos Aires, Argentina - First division football players in Argentina are on strike over unpaid wages and have refused to take part in this weekend’s matches. Some players have complained they have not been paid for over four month.

     Argentine football players go on strike over unpaid wages
    Argentine football players go on strike over unpaid wages

    Buenos Aires, Argentina - First division football players in Argentina are on strike over unpaid wages and have refused to take part in this weekend’s matches. Some players have complained they have not been paid for over four month.

    02:32Mar 4, 2017

  • Thousands displaced as the battle for Mosul rages

    Khazir, Iraq - The Red Cross says five children and two women are being treated for exposure to chemical weapons near the Iraqi city of Mosul. US-backed Iraqi forces are fighting to push ISIL out of the city.

    Thousands displaced as the battle for Mosul rages
  • Critics question timing of biopic of Turkey's Erdogan

    A new film portraying the early life of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has arrived in the cinemas just weeks before a controversial referendum.

    Critics question timing of biopic of Turkey's Erdogan
  • France: Francois Fillon refuses to quit election race

    Paris, France - Francois Fillon, French conservative presidential candidate, has been under increasing pressure but told supporters at a rally in Nimes that he has no intention of dropping out of the French presidential race.

    France: Francois Fillon refuses to quit election race
  • GDC: Old school games enjoy a comeback

    Gamers in San Francisco are getting back to basics. At the Game Developers Conference, the world's largest professional game industry event, many abandoned their screens to play, in real life.

     GDC: Old school games enjoy a comeback
  • Thai temple standoff, thousands refuse to leave

    A tense standoff continues at a Buddhist temple outside the capital Bangkok. Police and soldiers have surrounded the complex demanding the former abbot turn himself in to face corruption charges.

    Thai temple standoff, thousands refuse to leave