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Going Underwater


For many people, there’s nothing better than the comforts of home, but what if your home stood a serious of chance of disappearing? For an entire country in the South Pacific – that could actually happen in a number of years. Roee Ruttenberg recently traveled to the island nation of Tuvalu – where the water that has been a source of livelihood for generations now threatens to drive its people away.

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Going Underwater


For many people, there’s nothing better than the comforts of home, but what if your home stood a serious of chance of disappearing? For an entire country in the South Pacific – that could actually happen in a number of years. Roee Ruttenberg recently traveled to the island nation of Tuvalu – where the water that has been a source of livelihood for generations now threatens to drive its people away.

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GOING UNDERWATER CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Roee Ruttenberg
COORDINATOR: Miriama Uluiviti Taukiei
VIDEOGRAPHER & EDITOR: Daniel Soekov

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On Shaky Ground


In Japan – not just one community, but the entire capital – is facing a looming threat that could literally reduce the city to rubble. In a country where earthquakes are frequent, scientists predict Tokyo is due for a megaquake – sometime in the not-too-distant future. Mike Firn met three individuals who are doing their part to make sure Tokyo’s citizens remain safe and that the city is left standing.

On Shaky Ground


In Japan – not just one community, but the entire capital – is facing a looming threat that could literally reduce the city to rubble. In a country where earthquakes are frequent, scientists predict Tokyo is due for a megaquake – sometime in the not-too-distant future. Mike Firn met three individuals who are doing their part to make sure Tokyo’s citizens remain safe and that the city is left standing.

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ON SHAKY GROUND CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Mike Firn
VIDEOGRAPHER: Tomoo Itoh
EDITOR: Jiro Akiba

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India's Girls Town


The saying “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” refers to just how difficult it is to get someone who is set in their ways to learn or try something new. It’s even harder to shift the attitudes of an entire community about a notion that’s been deeply engrained in the their culture for hundreds of years. But Shweta Bajaj met one man in the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan who has succeeded in doing just that.

India's Girls Town


The saying “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” refers to just how difficult it is to get someone who is set in their ways to learn or try something new. It’s even harder to shift the attitudes of an entire community about a notion that’s been deeply engrained in the their culture for hundreds of years. But Shweta Bajaj met one man in the northwest Indian state of Rajasthan who has succeeded in doing just that.

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INDIA'S GIRL TOWN CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Shweta Bajaj
VIDEOGRAPHER & EDITOR: Deepak Verma