This edition: Iraq Bleeds: Mass Migration Across the Middle East; Galapagos Evolving; Tajikistan: Crossing the Border
Original tape date: October 1, 2007.
IRAQ BLEEDS: MASS MIGRATION ACROSS THE MIDDLE EAST
Imagine you've lost your son, your husband, or your wife - and you've lost your home. You're just one person in a vast migration - and you have no hope of peace returning to your country any time soon. This is the situation faced by millions of Iraqis who are on the run from the war. Where are they going? And what is happening to them? Here's the story of four Iraqi families whose lives have been changed forever by the conflict.
Known to some as "nature's lab", Galapagos is a unique ecological haven. In the 1830s its pristine, isolated ecosystem allowed Charles Darwin to make his discoveries about the origin-- and evolution --of species. But in today's globalized world, Galapagos is in danger.
TAJIKISTAN: CROSSING THE BORDER
Tajikistan is a country poised to succumb to a crime that's spreading rapidly - drug trafficking. Our cameras take you to the frontline of that nation's drug trade and inside the battle to stop it.
Host: Daljit Dhaliwal.
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