A zealous and faithful employee of Bahrein for 34 years as chief of intelligence and secret services for the little monarchy in the Persian Gulf, British-born Ian Henderson retired in 2000, but left behind a long trail of blood. The story of this man is the subject of “Blind Eye to the Butcher,” a documentary produced by Britain’s Carlton TV, which traces the activities of Henderson as a state-authorized torturer
This time the cry of alarm comes from an unexpected borderline, the one between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, a most ignored place on the planet. But it’s another place where the war over illegal immigration and the traffic in human flesh and human organs is raging
Immigrant workers are striking for the first time in the United Arab Emirates. Nobody knows what the final height the Burj Dubai tower will be. But everyone knows that the umpteenth eccentric building in Dubai is being erected with the brutal exploitation of foreign workers who have immigrated to the UAE. The new slaves have however now gone on strike
A week from election day, the Thai Prime Minister tries to find an agreement with the opposition, but it’s a head-on collision
Lies and negligence throughout ONG have hindered reconstruction in this Indonesian province
The color of protest is blue, the color of blue jeans. A young Byelorussian tells her story. "On Sunday, election day, my parents wouldn’t let me go to Minsk. After the government’s threats, they were afraid something might happen to me"