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DocFilm - Goods to Paradise - Lucky You

It’s a remote paradise between Australia and Papua New Guinea. Only a few thousand people live on the islands in the Torres Strait. They depend on a supply ship that sails to their isolated archipelago once a week.

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DocFilm

Goods to Paradise - Lucky You

angielski It’s a remote paradise between Australia and Papua New Guinea. Only a few thousand people live on the islands in the Torres Strait. They depend on a supply ship that sails to their isolated archipelago once a week.

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World Stories

The Week in Reports

angielski A group of Syrian men who came to Germany as refugees six years ago are helping people affected by flooding in the country.+++ The horrors healthcare workers witnessed during the peak of Spain's coronavirus crisis have left psychological scars.

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Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

angielski Sasha Frolova’s eccentric latex creations. Also on the show: everything you always wanted to know about Mozartkugeln pralines, plus deceptively realistic-looking street art by Cosimo "Cheone" Caiffa.

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Reporter

Italy: Trafficked by the Nigerian Mafia

angielski The Nigerian mafia is spreading in Europe. One of their main sources of income: human trafficking. Thousands of young Nigerian women fall victim to the gangs. One of them was Juliet Osabo.

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The 77 Percent

Street Debate: Why is Ghana’s fishing industry under threat?

angielski Illegal practices are threatening the future of the fishing industry in Ghana. In this week’s special edition, Edith Kimani and the 77 Percent Street Debate team head to Elmina to look at the problems and possible solutions to dealing with the country’s growing fishing crisis.

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