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Current affairs documentary reporting on issues around the world.
In 2008 Barack Obama called slavery 'America's original sin'. But how much of a difference did his eight-year presidency make to the lives of African-Americans? And what does Donald Trump's election say about attitudes to race in the United States today? Gabriel Gatehouse reports from Louisiana.
Entire families of adult chimpanzees are being slaughtered by poachers in Africa in order to capture newborn chimps to sell as pets in the Middle East and Asia. During a year-long undercover investigation, BBC journalists posing as prospective buyers infiltrate a global baby chimpanzee trafficking ring and discover how criminals are flouting international law to trade in this endangered species.
India is that rare thing in animal conservation: a success story. Nowhere exemplifies that success more than Kaziranga National Park. But for many, the gains have come at a cost.
Our World has been to Kazakhstan to meet an extraordinary survivor, a celebrated artist and anti-nuclear campaigner.
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