Syrian refugee children face hardships at camps in Lebanon.
Fri Apr 11, 2014 10:24AM
People in Afghanistan celebrate the beginning of the Persian New Year.
Fri Apr 4, 2014 10:20AM
Official data shows applications for US unemployment benefits rose in the second week of March.
Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:10AM
The Tanzanian government forcibly expels over 5,000 immigrants to Uganda.
Sat Mar 22, 2014 3:34PM
In Kabul, beggar Mafia rents children and drug them with opium in order to control them.
Fri Mar 14, 2014 11:32AM
Campaigning for Afghanistan’s April 5 presidential election officially begins.
Fri Feb 28, 2014 11:36AM
Broadcast Date: 27 February 2014
The Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation, an Iranian charitable organization, is operating in Afghanistan.
Fri Feb 21, 2014 11:40AM
Broadcast Date: 20 February 2014
Afghanistan is usually associated with war, narcotics, and economic crisis among other things. Yet experts say implementation of long time agricultural projects can turn the country into one of the most important exporters of agricultural products in the world. Amin Alemi reports from Kabul.
Fri Feb 14, 2014 11:43AM
Broadcast Date: 13 February 2014
The US-led war in Afghanistan is expected to end by the end of this year. At over 12 years, it has become the longest war in US history; a war that’s consumed hundreds of billions of dollars in development aid and military spending But what, in the end, has the US achieved in one of the most invaded countries in the human history? Fayez Khorshid reports from Kabul.
Fri Feb 7, 2014 11:43AM
Broadcast Date: 06 February 2014
An exhibition on Iran’s Islamic revolution wrapped up recently in South Korea’s capital Seoul. Jennifer Chang reports from Seoul.
Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:44AM
Broadcast Date: 30 January 2014
Communal work has been aiding the Venezuelans for over a decade. Although two opposite visions coexist inside the same territory, people try to collaborate in the consolidation of a better society which implies tolerance beyond all political barriers. Jesus Silva reports from Caracas.
Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:33AM
Broadcast Date: 23 January 2014
India's northern state of Utter Pradesh has been the scene of violent clashes between Hindus and Muslims. The worst the country has seen over the past decade in terms of the lost lives and displacement. Shahana Butt reports from New Delhi.
Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:25AM
Broadcast Date: 16 January 2014
Britain’s growing elderly population is at crisis point. Tightening austerity measures mean many over 60s now have to work longer to earn less while coping with the fall-out from welfare reform policies. Added to this mix is an increasingly fragmented society where millions of pensioners grow old alone and without the warmth of regular human contact. Amina Taylor reports from London.
Sat Jan 11, 2014 3:40AM
Broadcast Date: 09 January 2014
From the very beginning of his election campaign, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said that once elected, his Government would do everything in its power to “stop the boats.” “Operation Sovereign Borders” is now underway, and the impact that it has had on the lives of those claiming asylum in Australia has been truly significant. Anusha Menon reports from Sydney.
Fri Jan 3, 2014 11:42AM
Broadcast Date: 02 January 2014
With over 80,000 cases of dog bites reported in the past five years, stray dogs in Indian-controlled Kashmir have become the region's new big threat. Syed Ali Safvi reports from Kashmir.
Fri Dec 27, 2013 11:39AM
Broadcast Date: 26 December 2013
The number of civilian casualties is rapidly rising in Afghanistan. They are either killed by deadly terrorist attacks of the Taliban or military operations of NATO forces. But what has added to the suffering of Afghans is now US drone strikes. Fayez Khurshid reports from Kabul.
Fri Dec 20, 2013 11:24AM
Broadcast Date: 19 December 2013
Kashmir is famous for its natural beauty; it is also famous for being a troubled region. Tosa Maidan, a beautiful meadow in central Kashmir, has been turned into a killing field by the Indian army who have been performing artillery drills in the ecologically fragile area. Syed Ali Safvi reports from Kashmir.
Fri Dec 13, 2013 9:35AM
Broadcast Date: 12 December 2013
Central Uganda’s district of Kayunga has been experiencing biting poverty for many years. Due to the rampant poverty, many parents are unable to both feed and send their children to school. Daniel Arapmoi reports from Uganda.
Fri Dec 6, 2013 11:40AM
Broadcast Date: 05 December 2013
The crisis in Syria has had a severe impact on the livelihood of farmers in neighboring Lebanon. Lamees Karout reports from Beirut.
Fri Nov 29, 2013 11:38AM
Broadcast Date: 28 November 2013
On the banks of the famous Nigeen river is a colony established in 1890 for people suffering from leprosy. Stricken by a life-consuming disease and left to fend for themselves, the patients in the colony are writhing in pain. Syed Ali Safvi reports from Kashmir.
Sat Nov 23, 2013 4:29AM
Broadcast Date: 21 November 2013
Thousands of Shia Muslims in Nigeria marked the Day of Ashura across the country. Danjuma Abdullahi reports from Abuja.
Fri Nov 15, 2013 11:37AM
Broadcast Date: 13 November 2013
Iranians like millions of Muslims around the world mark the beginning of the lunar month of Muharram known as the month of sorrow, grief, love, patience and resistance. The month of Muharram starts with ten days of mourning rituals; The mourning rituals reach their peak on Ashura, the tenth day which marks the day, when the forces of the Umayyad caliph martyred Imam Hussein (PBUH), the third Imam of Shias and 72 of his companions in the plain of Karbala more almost 14 centuries ago. Saman Kojouri reports from Tehran.
Sat Nov 9, 2013 6:17AM
Broadcast Date: 07 November 2013
A recent survey has found that the mulattos and blacks form % 51 of the Brazilian population. But they are not very well represented in the areas of salaries, education and job opportunities. Rony Curvelo reports from Brasilia.
Fri Nov 1, 2013 11:51AM
Broadcast Date: 31 October 2013
The Brazilian health system is in theory one of the best in the World. However the problem is, it can’t deliver on what it’s promising. Long lines, lack of doctors, medicine and proper facilities make the delivery of the free services, very difficult. Rony Curvelo reports from Sao Paulo.
Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:57AM
Broadcast Date: 24 October 2013
Israel is about to release Palestinian prisoner held since before the Oslo agreement of 1993. We interviewed a Palestinian family from a village encircled by illegal settlements and the Israeli wall. Although a member of that family is going to be released, they remain steadfastly against the move, as Israel continues to arrests more Palestinians. Nel Burden reports from Ramallah.
Fri Oct 18, 2013 12:51PM
Broadcast Date: 17 October 2013
Britain’s deportation system is under fire after an inquest returned an unlawful killing verdict following the death of Angolan national.
Fri Oct 11, 2013 11:39AM
Broadcast Date: 10 October 2013
Crime against women in India is on the rise. According to the national crime records bureau every hour a woman is killed because her family has failed to meet her husband and in-laws demand for a higher dowry. Munawar Zaman reports from New Delhi.
Sat Sep 28, 2013 5:52AM
Broadcast Date: 26 September 2013
Recent statistics show that the security problems facing the Venezuelan capital the capital of may be due to the way the city was planned. Venezuela has the third highest murder rate in the world, with the morgue in Caracas struggling to catch up with the weekly workload. The citizens of the capital city are demanding change which may come in the form of a new approach to city planning. Alasdair Baverstock reports from Caracas.
Fri Sep 13, 2013 10:30AM
Broadcast Date: 12 September 2013
The recent natural catastrophe that hit the Indian state of Uttarakhand has brought in Himalayas and Kashmir Valley under sharp focus. Syed Ali Safvi reports from Indian-administered Kashmir.
Fri Sep 6, 2013 10:29AM
Broadcast Date: 05 September 2013
The situation of Uganda’s children is desperate and a present atrocity; those whose parents cannot afford to send them to school are used as daily manual slaves, pounding rocks in stone quarries for 20 cents to one dollar for a day’s wages. Daniel Arapmoi reports from Kampala.
Sat Aug 31, 2013 4:7AM
Broadcast Date: 29 Aug. 2013
Chinese president XI Jingping has said he wants to stamp out corruption. And with less than one year having passed since he took office, it remains to be seen how successful Xi will be in reducing all sorts of corruption in China. Steven Ribet reports from Beijing.
Fri Aug 23, 2013 11:29AM
Broadcast Date: 22 Aug. 2013
Escaping the death and destruction in their own country, hundreds of ethnic Rohingya Muslims are living in abysmal conditions in Jammu and Kashmir. Syed Ali Safvi reports from Kashmir.
Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:56AM
Broadcast Date: 15 August 2013
The Muslim Association of Greece, one of the country’s leading religious and cultural organizations, has recently received threatening letters of extreme content, for the first time in its ten year history. With racism on the rise in Greece, is this a substantial terrorizing menace or gunboat provocation? Constantine Venizelos reports from Athens.
Fri Aug 9, 2013 10:13AM
Broadcast Date: 08 August 2013
The recent violent government crackdown in Istanbul and other Turkish cities has met with a national resistance movement demanding that the government abandon its one-sided approach to people’s lives in favor of a more inclusive democracy. Verenia Keet reports from Istanbul.
Fri Aug 2, 2013 10:5AM
Broadcast Date: 01 Aug. 2013
Ramadan is an auspicious month for the revelations of God to humankind: The month in which the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the prophet Muhammad. Amin Alemi reports from Kabul on how the Muslims there celebrate the holy month.
Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:32AM
Broadcast Date: 25 July 2013
Nigeria is blessed with many resources that can help to sustain the country’s economy. Danjuma Abdullahi reports from Abuja on dry season farming in Nigeria.
Fri Jul 19, 2013 10:9AM
Broadcast Date: 18 July 2013
An economic crisis, lack of development and insecurity in Afghanistan is forcing thousands of Afghan to leave their country in search of a better place. Many of them take off whenever they get a chance, saying they have no hope things will get any better in their country any time soon.
Fri Jul 12, 2013 10:32AM
Deaths of newborns is a big challenge globally. The burden is felt more in Sub-Saharan Africa where it is reported that a mother is 30 times more likely than a mother in an industrialized country to lose a new born baby at some point in her life. On average I in 6 African mothers is likely to lose a newborn baby. Ethiopia is one such country that loses over 10 children per every 1000 live births. In recognition of its burden the country is now depending highly on the help of voluntary women in villages to link pregnant women to nearby health centers. This effort is making Ethiopia an example for other countries in Africa with the same burden. Coletta Wanjohi reports from Addis Ababa.
Fri Jul 5, 2013 8:24AM
Persian influence on Kashmir is so profound the region was once known as Little Iran. The Persian influence was first introduced by Muslim saints and missionaries who came all the way from Iran to introduce Islam to Kashmir. But over the years, the Persian heritage has tapered off as a result of attempts made by vested interests to remove its traces from Kashmir. Syed Ali Safvi finds out the means to revive the rich Persian legacy in the region.
Fri Jun 28, 2013 9:51AM
Every day we seek solutions, often futilely, to the challenges we face. However, in Ethiopia one man, who bears the title of World master of laughter, is solving problems by simply laughing them away. Girma Belachew has opened the first ever school of laughter. Coletta Wanjohi reports from Addis Ababa.
Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:7AM
As part of a two-decade battle to prevent the construction of high speed train tunnel through the Alps in Italy’s Alpine region, protesters have on more than one occasion walked the road to the valley in their tens of thousands. Max Civili reports from Rome.
Sat Jun 15, 2013 3:15AM
Tony Blair is one of the most controversial figures of the 21st century. He’s a statesman to some, war criminal to others and a very rich man. Nargess Moballeghi reports from London.
Fri Jun 7, 2013 4:56PM
Broadcast Date: 6 Jun 2013
On this episode of Reporter’s File: Protests Villages, India Tourism, Kashmir’s Wetlands and Afghan Addicts.
Fri May 24, 2013 10:44AM
Broadcast Date: 23 May 2013
Iraq’s Kurdistan Region has recently celebrated the New Year. This year there was something a little different than the usual festivities: a Guinness World Record dance attempt. Kurds celebrate the New Year in their own distinct way. So what does the Kurdish New Year mean for Kurdish people and what’s the history of the occasion? Dale McEwan reports from Arbil.
Fri Apr 12, 2013 10:41AM
Broadcast Date: 11 April 2013
Hansen’s disease, commonly known as leprosy is not much talked about globally. This is because it still exists only in a handful of countries. In Africa seven countries such as Ethiopia are afflicted. Although countries like Ethiopia have reached an elimination level of one leprosy victim per 10,000 people, new cases continue to be registered.
Fri Feb 8, 2013 10:41AM
The Watamu marine association, a group of conservationists on the Kenyan coastal strip, is encouraging locals to conserve the marine life by teaching them turn marine debris to beautiful art. Alifya noorani has more from Watamu.
Fri Feb 1, 2013 11:32AM
An ongoing ban against the Muslim women's head scarf has outraged members of the Turkish Muslim community. The ban, imposed since the beginning of Turkey’s creation in 1923 has brought thousands of protesters onto the streets demanding religious freedom. Serena Shim reports from Istanbul.
Sat Jan 26, 2013 5:2AM
In this edition of the show, Hassan Alkatib, Press TV's correspondent from London, reports on Britain’s plan to leave the EU.
Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:2AM
The ousted Tunisian dictator Ben Ali fled the country to Saudi Arabia on January 14, 2011. His belongings are exhibited in Tunis but the people believe many important assets have been smuggled out of the country. Adnen Chaouachi reports.