In The Loop

Can the military bring peace to the streets of Rio de Janeiro?

The Brazilian military has been put in charge of security in Rio de Janeiro after a surge in crime. But could this latest move lead to further abuses? Guests: Paulo Roberto França, Brazil's Consul General in Istanbul Jurema Werneck, Executive Director of Amnesty International Brazil Erick Omena de Melo, Researcher and analyst specializing in Brazilian affairs

Brazil’s military takeover Rio’s security

Brazil’s military takeover Rio’s security

Syria’s hell on earth, Rio’s military solution, Muslim self-rule in Mindanao

Syria’s hell on earth, Rio’s military solution, Muslim self-rule in Mindanao

Museum of Tomorrow

Museum of Tomorrow

A Year After Her Killing, Marielle Franco Has Become a Rallying Cry in a Polarized Brazil

A Year After Her Killing, Marielle Franco Has Become a Rallying Cry in a Polarized Brazil

Thoughts in Motion: Mouhssine Ennaimi on organ trafficking

Thoughts in Motion: Mouhssine Ennaimi on organ trafficking

In the Loop: We were there - Andrea Sanke

In the Loop: We were there - Andrea Sanke

In the Loop: We were there - Soraya Salam

In the Loop: We were there - Soraya Salam

In the Loop: July 15th - We Were There

In the Loop: July 15th - We Were There

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Arabella Munro

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Arabella Munro

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Soraya Salam

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Soraya Salam

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Yasin Eken

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Yasin Eken

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Andrea Sanke

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Andrea Sanke

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Mohsin Mughal

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Mohsin Mughal

Women on War: Reporting from the Frontline

Women on War: Reporting from the Frontline

Woman On War: Arwa Damon, CNN Correspondent

Woman On War: Arwa Damon, CNN Correspondent

Woman On War: Shelly Kittleson, Independent Journalist

Woman On War: Shelly Kittleson, Independent Journalist

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