1. 27 oktober Schipholbrand (2005)


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    27 oktober 2005 - "Schipholbrand": een weggegooide peuk veroorzaakt brand in het uitzetcentrum voor 'illegalen' op Schiphol; er komen 11 gekooide mensen door verstikking om het leven...

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    • Zone of Nonbeing: Guantanamo


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      US history is filled with huge mega violations of human rights. Some believe that the mere foundation of this country was carried out through massive and total genocide of the Native Americans who were killed in millions and were brought into extinction. There are also the utter horrors of the two atomic bombs ever dropped on human beings and the brutal war on Vietnam. Ever since its creation the United States of America has been involved in hundreds of wars and conflicts the world over resulting in millions of deaths and tens of millions of people losing their homes and livelihood. The most recent of US violations of human rights in large scale happened after 9/11 when it launched its not UN-sanctioned war against Afghanistan and later Iraq. Then the world witness a new phenomenon in International Law and that was the creation of Guantanamo prison camp where detainees are kept indefinitely and without any access to legal presentation or trial. This documentary looks at the US government’s encroachment of human rights throughout history with a primary focus on The Guantanamo Bay detention camp. PRESS TV Documentaries

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      • Profiting from US Immigration Policies


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        Rev. Janet Wolf and Alex Friedman describe the current US immigration policies that create profit for private prison companies.

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        • X-RAY GITMO


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          An insight on Guantanamo Bay Cuba detention facilities. Editorial / Reporting : Mihalis Gripiotis Camera: Nick Demas Editing: Filippo Romano

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          • 03/16/14 - Genesis 40:1-23 - Dealing With Disappointment


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            A Life Well Lived Series - Disappointment for us can dome at times when we feel forgotten. Friendships don't work out as we want. The bottom falls out of a career and we find ourselves unemployed for weeks, even years. A wife is unable to get pregnant after years of trying. Investments go bad. children rebel. We fail to live up to the expectations of others. There's a secret habit or sin that we aren't able to conquer; day after day, year after year after year we seem to be mastered by it. When disappointment comes how do you deal with it? I fin some help in Genesis 40.

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            • US military says Gitmo hunger strike is 'effectively over'


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              A mass hunger strike going on at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility for the last seven months is "effectively over," military officials said. Currently, only 19 detainees are still refusing to eat, down from a high of 106 detainees. But the information coming from Gitmo's officials hasn't always been correct. The official number of people striking and when the strike began differed from what detainees' lawyers and humanitarian groups reported. RT's Meghan Lopez takes a look at how the protest played out and what has changed since it started.

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              • Broken youth: child detention in Palestine


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                Each year, the Israeli detains about 700 Palestinian children. Most of them suffer physical and/or psychological abuse. In this short film, three boys who maintain their innocence describe their experiences and the lasting, detrimental impact their experiences have had on them.

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                • Ending U.S.-Sponsored Torture Forever


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                  The film “Zero Dark Thirty” inaccurately portrays torture as an effective interrogation method that provided intelligence that led to Osama bin Laden. Produced by the National Religious Campaign Against Torture, “Ending U.S.-Sponsored Torture Forever”, reports on the facts about torture by the U.S. government after 9/11, describes the perspectives on torture from a variety of faiths, provides comments from a torture survivor, and addresses how depictions of torture in popular entertainment are misleading. Learn more at www.nrcat.org/factnotfiction

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                  • Bad.mAd.saD?


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                    A short impression of the exhibition Bad.mAd.saD? that opened in November, 2011 in the Dutch National Prisonmuseum in Veenhuizen. Who are the detainees in the Dutch prisons and what do we think of them? An exhibition about prejudice and preconceptions. In three pub-like settings, several scenes show aspects of different types of detainees: the Bad, the Mad and the Sad. Watching these scenes raises questions. Answers can be found in the exhibition. Is your own opinion true to reality? More info on our website: http://www.woutersontwerpers.nl/item/bad-mad-sad-nationaal-gevangenismuseum and at http://www.badmadsad.nl

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