Free Documentary Channel Published on Jul 16, 2015 In 2013, four gunmen walked into a crowded shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya and set about systematically murdering shoppers. The entire attack was recorded by more than 100 security cameras. Drawing on the thousands of hours of footage, this is the chilling and dramatic account of a… Read More “Terror in the Mall | DOCUMENTARY”
Al Jazeera English Thousands have tried to break through security on the French side of the border in recent days, as they try to reach England through the Channel Tunnel. But UK’s Prime Minister David Cameron said he wants to deploy more sniffer dogs and build a fence around the train terminal in Calais, to… Read More “Migrants risks lives to cross English Channel”
CNN Published on Jul 31, 2015 Parents break through a window of a Houston, Texas daycare after they find their infant son locked inside and alone.
Democracy Now Published on Jul 27, 2015 More than a thousand Black Lives Matter supporters converged in Cleveland, Ohio, this weekend for a historic conference to raise national attention about police brutality and other pressing issues, including immigration rights, economic justice and LGBTQ rights. During the opening ceremony, family members of more than 20 African… Read More ““Collective Healing” at Nat’l Black Lives Matter Convergence Ends with Police Pepper-Spraying Teen”
Democracy Now Published on Jul 27, 2015 We feature a video just released by the oral history project StoryCorps called “Traffic Stop,” in which Alex Landau, an African-American man, recalls how he was raised by his adoptive white parents to believe that skin color didn’t matter. But when he was pulled over by Denver police… Read More “”I Was Almost Another Dead Black Male”: Denver Teen Recalls Police Beating After 2009 Traffic Stop”
Democracy Now Published on Jul 27, 2015 Hundreds gathered Saturday to remember Sandra Bland at the suburban Chicago church she attended for decades before moving to Waller County, Texas, where she was set to begin a new job but was then discovered dead in her jail cell after a traffic stop escalated into an arrest.… Read More “Sandra Bland Laid to Rest; First Black Judge in Waller County Demands Sheriff Resign over Her Death”
Democracy Now Former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing has been released on a $1 million bail after pleading not guilty to the murder of Sam Dubose. Tensing, who is white, fatally shot the 43-year-old African-American man on July 19 after stopping him for not having a front license plate. Two additional officers, Phillip… Read More “Will Prosecutors Charge Officers Who Lied to Protect Ray Tensing After He Fatally Shot Sam Dubose?”