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Unreported World is a foreign affairs programme produced by Quicksilver Media Productions and broadcast by Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. Over the course of its twenty-six series, reporters have travelled to dangerous locations all over the world in an attempt to uncover stories usually ignored by the world media.
Reporter Rania Abouzeid and director Karim Shah travel to Kabul where the population, long used to living with bombs and gunfights, face a new danger: criminal gangs who kidnap for ransom. Often their victims are children. The Unreported World team join the lead detective of the police anti-kidnap squad as they attempt to reunite kidnap victims with their families.
Reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy and director Jamie Welham visit the Dominican Republic, the Caribbean country famed for its pristine beaches and year-round sunshine, but where the UN has identified terrible crimes being committed against teenagers at the hands of sex tourists.
In Bollywood, reporter Sahar Zand and director Alicia Arce investigate how the #MeToo campaign has taken off in India's film industry. They talk to some of the country's top actresses, who are speaking out against assault, sexual harassment and rape. In a country where attitudes to women are changing but where many people still hold conservative views about the role of women and where victims of sexual assault are often regarded as shameful, can the #MeToo movement really gain momentum?
Reporter Ade Adepitan and director Johnny McDevitt join a team of young journalists reporting from inside one of Rio de Janeiro's most violent favelas. For the first time in 30 years, Brazil's president has ordered the army onto the streets of Rio to help the police take on drug gangs that control the city slums, and Unreported World is present as they try to enter the favelas. Getting caught in the crossfire is now a constant danger to the people who live there and the team talks to victims, families, campaigners and politicians about the impact of the crisis on the ordinary people who live in the favela.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy(Krishnan Guru-Murthy)
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