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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

  • Thousands drawn to New York City's oldest art fair

    Artists, dealers, and collectors are heading to New York for the city's oldest and largest art fair. The Armory Show is expected to feature talent from more than 30 countries.

    Thousands drawn to New York City's oldest art fair
  • Wood restrictions threaten Scotland's bagpipe sales

    Scotland's bagpipes makers are facing increased production costs after new restrictions on the import of African Blackwood.

    Wood restrictions threaten Scotland's bagpipe sales
  • Gaza's only female comedian faces challenges

    Gaza - The only female comedy actress in Gaza is an internet sensation in the region. But Reham al-Kahlout says it is not easy for other women to join her on stage because the society is increasingly conservative.

     Gaza's only female comedian faces challenges
  • Banksy opens Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem

    British street artist Banksy is opening a hotel next to Israel's controversial separation wall in Bethlehem. It is his latest art work in the occupied Palestinian territories.

    Banksy opens Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem
  • 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
  • The African Storm opens to applause at Pan-African film festival

    A new movie called The African Storm is captivating audiences at the 25th Pan-African film and television festival in Burkina Faso. The film tackles corruption, civil war, and the country’s ties with former colonial powers.

    The African Storm opens to applause at Pan-African film festival
    The African Storm opens to applause at Pan-African film festival

    A new movie called The African Storm is captivating audiences at the 25th Pan-African film and television festival in Burkina Faso. The film tackles corruption, civil war, and the country’s ties with former colonial powers.

    02:38Mar 3, 2017

  • The youth bringing social change to Iraqi Kurdistan

    While the world's attention is on fighting ISIL in Iraq, many youth are trying to break stereotypes and change that image. Some in the Kurdish region say they are taking up projects and activities to bring positive change to their society.

    The youth bringing social change to Iraqi Kurdistan
  • Religious self-censorship hits Bangladesh book fair

    Every year, thousands of book lovers from across Bangladesh converge on the capital for the Ekushey Book Fair, one of the country's biggest cultural events.

    Religious self-censorship hits Bangladesh book fair
  • Barranquilla carnival celebrates Colombian folklore

    A spectacular carnival on the Caribbean coast of Colombia is under way with 1.5 million visitors expected over four days.

    Barranquilla carnival celebrates Colombian folklore
  • Oscars: Iran's Asghar Farhadi boycotts 89th academy awards

    Iranian director Asghar Farhadi has won a second Oscar. The world-renowned film-maker decided not to attend the award ceremony in protest over President Trump's immigration ban.

    Oscars: Iran's Asghar Farhadi boycotts 89th academy awards
  • Samba schools get creative with politics at Rio carnival 2017

    Brazil's world famous Carnival festival is coming to a close. Dancers and party-goers from all over the country come to Rio de Janeiro to take part in the parades. Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Rio de Janeiro.

    Samba schools get creative with politics at Rio carnival 2017