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Cosmic Clash: The Arms Race In Space
Kamikaze satellites, orbital lasers, and anti-satellite missiles -- these are just some of the weapons being developed in an arms race to militarize space.
Return To Halabja: The Legacy Of Chemical Weapons
HALABJA, NORTHERN IRAQ - Three decades after the deadly gas attack on the Iraqi Kurdish city of Halabja, thousands of survivors are still fighting for justice and for their lives. Zmnako Mohammed Ahmad, who believed he was orphaned in the attack, has returned to find his roots. Cameraman Roman Kupka and I travelled to northern Iraq to meet Zmnako and tell his incredible story.
Road To Brexit: The 2015 British General Election
LONDON - This is what made Brexit possible. The Conservatives pulled off a surprise majority in the UK's 2015 general election which paved the way for the fateful referendum a year later.
Germanwings Crash - March 2015
SEYNES-LES-ALPES - In the morning of March 24th Germanwings flight 9525 suddenly disappeared from radar screens as it flew from Barcelona to Düsseldorf with 150 people on board. To shock of travellers and the global aviation industry the cause often crash appears to have been pilot suicide.
HOCKEY & SPORTS
I do love hockey. Yes, I am a Canadian journalist. That means I am required to do at least one hockey story each year.
Cold War On Ice: How Czechoslovakia's Hockey Team Avenged Soviet Invasion 50 Years Ago
PRAGUE - In a bitter sporting clash 50 years ago, Czechoslovakia's national ice hockey team defeated the U.S.S.R. twice at the 1969 World Ice Hockey Championships, avenging the invasion of their country by Soviet-led troops seven months earlier.
'We Never Give Up' - Meet Kyrgyzstan's First Female Ice Hockey Team
DOCUMENTARY: Ukraine's Navy - A Tale Of Betrayal, Loyalty & Revival
ODESA, UKRAINE - It’s said that the saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies. When Russia seized Crimea in 2014, the Ukrainian Navy was dealt a devastating blow. Russian took more than two-thirds of Ukraine’s naval vessels and 75 percent of Ukraine’s sailors quit or defected. Why did so many betray their country? What motivated those few who remained loyal? And could Ukraine’s navy ever recover?
Islamic State Militants Launch Offensive In Iraq - June, 2014
The Kurdish capital of Erbil had become a safe haven for Iraqis fleeing the advance of ISIS militants in June, 2014. A thirty minute drive down the road towards Mosul there were thousands of displaced people surviving in desperate conditions.
Young And Alone: Refugee Children Make Risky Trek To Europe Without Parents - Athens 2015
The Arab Spring - Revolution In Egypt 2011
We travelled to Cairo in January 2011 to witness the revolution in Tahrir Square.
Terrorist Attacks In France: Charlie Hebdo - January 2015
PARIS - The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo had been firebombed and received threats before, but the scale of the attack on January 7th shocked France and the world. The military-style raid and cold blooded murder of 10 journalists, a body guard and a police officer introduced Europe to a new kind of terror.
Covering the Royals: Weddings, Births & Scandals
Covering the Royal Family is one of the many assignments you get when based in Britain. From weddings and babies to sordid scandals and republican anger - you get to see the Royals up close.
FASCINATING & FUN
It's not all serious. Watch some fun and fascinating stories - from microscopic sculptures and an adult ball pit to metro matchmaking and a hot London building.
Ghost Town Reclaimed By Nature
Bunkers, Bones, And Booze: The Eerie Mysteries Of Odesa's Catacombs