By wppadmin | Published: January 5, 2008
The world's longest undefended border is undefended no more. In a post-9/11 world of terrorism, drug trafficking and abducted children, Immigration and Customs Security (ICS) is the elite task force that holds the line.
By wppadmin | Published: January 1, 2005
More than one-third of all adults in Lesotho are HIV positive. A small group of health care workers struggle to distribute life-saving antiretroviral drugs (ARVs). However, if the pilot project collapses an ARV resistant strain of HIV/AIDS may develop. Lesotho is now the front-line of a global battle.
By wppadmin | Published: January 1, 2004
In 1994, an estimated 800,000 Tutsis were murdered in Rwanda. Lieutenant General Roméo Dallaire was tasked by the UN with keeping that peace, but unsupported by the Security Council, his soldiers were unable to stop the genocide. In 2004, Dallaire revisits the killing fields that still haunt him.
By wppadmin | Published: January 1, 2002
Much has changed since Invisible Nation aired in 1997. Immigration policy is now emphatically anti-criminal and The Undefended Border burrows deep into the criminal underground and into the newly formed police units trying to control it.
By wppadmin | Published: January 1, 2000
Five years after the horrific genocide that murdered over a million Tutsis and moderate Hutus, a group of Canadian teachers and community workers travel to Rwanda to try to understand what happened and to help the half-million orphans left behind.