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  • Libyas Forbidden Deserts | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    The vast desert country veiled from the East by fear, prejudice and misunderstanding. Adams follows in the wheel tracks of Ancient Rome's 'chariots of fire' - the first wheeled vehicles to cross the Sahara and discover a little-known land of exotic brilliance, ancient cities and forbidding deserts.

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  • Most MYSTERIOUS Discoveries In The Sahara Desert!

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    Check out the most mysterious discoveries in the sahara desert! This top 10 list shows some of the most bizarre and unexplained mysteries that the sahara is hiding from us!

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    7. Desert Cones
    The thing about secrets is that once they're uncovered, they're not a secret anymore. But, near El Gouna, Egypt, in the sands that surround the area, there is a secret that keeps getting rediscovered. You see, in 2014, people used Google Maps to look at the Sahara Desert and its surrounding areas and noticed some odd cone shaped markings in the sand. As they zoomed out, they noticed a massive pattern that was too precise to be random.

    6. The Nabta Stones
    When it comes to building things that are theoretically impossible for the times, the Egyptians hold the record. In southern Egypt there are ancient megalithic structures that are believed to be a type of calendar circle.

    5. It's Not Exactly What You Think
    Let's start off with some interesting facts about the Sahara Desert that you might not have known. For example, even though it is considered the largest desert on Earth, that's technically not true. Antarctica is scientifically a desert too, a snow desert, but one nonetheless.

    4. The Magic Lake
    When you are dehydrated and have been wandering around the desert for a while, you might start seeing things that are aren’t there, like a lake. A mirage can be very deadly depending on how you react to it. But, imagine people’s surprise when an actual lake appeared near Tunisia in 2014, and not only was it real, it was massive.

    3. Desert Glass
    Glass is something you most likely see every single day. It's used to make windows, windshields, glasses, and so many more things. But, you wouldn't expect to find it in certain places. Like for example, in the worlds' biggest desert. Yet, that's exactly what happened.

    2. Kingdoms Beneath The Sand
    One of the biggest things that the Sahara Desert is known for is it's sand. It's everywhere! The sand has helped hide and preserve some interesting secrets. Looking at it from above, we have found some very old secrets.

    1. The Eye Of The Sahara
    I definitely saved the best for last, because this mystery is something that's been around for quite some time, but was only discovered once we started taking pictures from space. I give to you, the Eye of the Sahara.

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  • In The Sahara Desert: Land of Fear | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    The Sahara is the biggest desert on earth. It takes its name from the Arab word for emptiness. In the dead heart of that emptiness there's a place called the Tenere. The Tenere takes its name from the Tuareg word for nothing. A nothing the size of France in the middle of an emptiness the size of the United States. It's no wonder the locals call this place The Land Of Fear”. David Adams retraces the trade routes of the people who call this stove-hot corner of the planet home.

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  • 10 Incredible Archaeological Discoveries Hidden Under The Sahara

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    While the Sahara may seem like a vast wasteland there is more than what meets the eye! From an enormous swimming dinosaur to a lost civilization that fought the Romans, here are 10 things found hidden under the sahara.

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    10. First Swimming Dinosaur
    At up to 50 feet (15.24 meters) long and weighing as much as seven tons (6.34 metric tons), Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, dwarfed the Tyrannosaurus rex. Known as one of the strangest dinosaurs ever discovered, it lived between 95 and 100 million years ago, during the Cretaceous Period, and possessed an extremely long tail resembling a paddle.

    9. Ancient Cemetery
    While hunting for dinosaur remains at a site called Gobero in Niger in 2000, a group of scientists led by University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno stumbled upon a large human graveyard possibly dating as far back as 10,000 years. It turned out to be the largest known Saharan cemetery, containing the remains of fish, crocodiles, and other creatures in addition to around 200 humans.

    8. The Tamanrasset River
    The Sahara desert is the largest hot desert in the world where only the toughest wildlife can survive! But it wasn’t always that way. Before the Sahara Desert was covered in nearly 3,630,000 square miles (9,400,000 km2) of sand, it was a humid, tropical region filled with lush vegetation and freshwater sources.

    7. Libyan Desert Glass
    For over 3000 years, fragments of canary yellow glass, known as Libyan Desert Glass, have been found between shifting sand dunes over a vast area of the Sahara Desert in western Egypt, near the Libyan border. The mysterious material was even incorporated into King Tut’s gilded and jewel-covered breastplate in the form of a scarab beetle that serves as a centerpiece.

    6. Monster Croc
    Dinosaurs weren’t the only animals that favored the marine habitats once offered by the Sahara. In 2016, scientists discovered evidence of the largest-ever sea-dwelling crocodile in modern-day Tunisia. Their findings, which appeared in 120-million-year-old rock, were published in the journal Cretaceous Research. Does anyone read this? Let me know in the comments below!

    5. Nabta Stones
    A series of stones known as the Nabta Playa Stone Circle, located in modern-day southern Egypt, marks an area that flooded seasonally thousands of years ago, forming a lake and attracting Neolithic nomadic tribes, who set up camp at the site.

    4. Lake Mega Chad
    A freshwater body called Lake Mega Chad once occupied a roughly 139,000 square mile (360,000 km2) area of the Sahara Desert in Central Africa, making it the largest freshwater lake on Earth at the time.

    3. Lost Libyan Civilization
    There’s more to the Sahara Desert’s hidden secrets than ancient bodies of water. Satellite photographs released in 2011 show over 100 fortresses or castles belonging to a so-called “lost” civilization that once inhabited southwestern Libya.

    2. Valley Of The Whales
    As you now know, the Sahara Desert contained vast bodies of water on-and-off throughout history. Included among these was the Tethys Ocean, which existed tens of millions of years ago. Then the ocean dried up and became the desert.

    1. Prehistoric Megalake
    In 2010, scientists discovered evidence of a prehistoric megalake that formed around 250,000 years ago and spanned a more-than 42,000 square mile (108,800 km2) area of the eastern Sahara Desert at its peak. Researchers made the find by analyzing radar data of Egypt and creating a profile of the ancient megalake using images of wind-blown sediments, sediments produced by running water, and bedrock beneath the sand.

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    The Sahara (Arabic: الصحراء الكبرى‎‎, aṣ-ṣaḥrāʾ al-kubrā , 'the Greatest Desert') is the largest hot desert and the third largest desert in the world after Antarctica and the Arctic. Its area of 9,200,000 square kilometres (3,600,000 sq mi) is comparable to the area of China or the United States.

    The desert comprises much of North Africa, excluding the fertile region on the Mediterranean Sea coast, the Atlas Mountains of the Maghreb, and the Nile Valley in Egypt and Sudan. It stretches from the Red Sea in the east and the Mediterranean in the north to the Atlantic Ocean in the west, where the landscape gradually changes from desert to coastal plains. To the south, it is bounded by the Sahel, a belt of semi-arid tropical savanna around the Niger River valley and the Sudan Region of Sub-Saharan Africa.

    The Sahara can be divided into several regions including: the western Sahara, the central Ahaggar Mountains, the Tibesti Mountains, the Aïr Mountains, the Ténéré desert, and the Libyan Desert.

    The name 'Sahara' is derived from ṣaḥārā (‏صحارى‎, pronounced /ˈsˤaħaːraː/), the plural of the Arabic word for desert.

  • Deadly Oasis In The Sahara Desert

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  • Niger: The Land Of Fear With David Adams | Absolute History

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    The Sahara is the biggest desert on earth ... it takes its name from the Arab word for emptiness. In the dead heart of that emptiness there's a place called the Tenere. The Tenere takes its name from the Tuareg word for nothing. A nothing the size of France in the middle of an emptiness the size of the United States. It's no wonder the locals call this place The Land Of Fear”. David Adams retraces the trade routes of the people who call this stove-hot corner of the planet home.

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  • 10 UNSETTLING Discoveries In Africa Nobody Can Explain!

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    There are some things that have been found that are unsettling, and someof those unsettling things that have been found were found in Africa. At about 30.3 million km squared, or 11.7 million square miles, Africa is the world’s second largest and second-most populous continent. Given the sheer size of the place, it’s no wonder there have been all sorts of strange things found buried within its borders! These are unsettling discoveries in Africa nobody can explain!

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  • Libyan Sahara Water from the Desert - The Secrets of Nature

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    Bahr Belá Má, Waterless Sea, as the Sahara is called by the Bedouins. But deep beneath the dune fields and stone deserts expands an immeasurable reservoir of water resources. Using enormous technical resources, the Libyans have begun to extract fossil reserves of groundwater. Following oil, water is now arousing a new wave of euphoria. In the present desert climate, reserves are only being partally replaced and what has collected over a period of millions of years may be used up in only a few decades.

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  • The Voynich Code - The Worlds Most Mysterious Manuscript - The Secrets of Nature

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    It is the world's most mysterious manuscript. A book, written by an unknown author, illustrated with pictures that are as bizarre as they are puzzling -- and written in a language that even the best cryptographers have been unable to decode. No wonder that this script even has a part in Dan Brown's latest bestseller The Lost Symbol.

  • Libyan Sahara Water from the Desert The Secrets of Nature

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    Libyan Sahara Water from the Desert The Secrets of Nature
    The Libyan Desert forms the northern and eastern part of the Sahara Desert. It describes that part of the Sahara that lies within the present-day state of Libya; it also historically describes the desert to the south of Ancient Libya, a territory which lay to the east of the present-day state. The Libyan Desert is one of the driest, harshest and most remote parts of the Sahara, the world's largest hot desert. This extended desert country is barren, dry and rainless.
    Modern Libya is divided into the regions of Cyrenaica, Tripolitania and the Fezzan. The country covers an area of 1,760,000 square kilometres (680,000 sq mi). most of which is desert save for a narrow coastal strip to the north on the shore of the Mediterranean, and the mountains of Cyrenaica (the Jebel Akhdar, or Green Mountains).

    The desert covers an area of approximately 1,100,000 square kilometres (420,000 sq mi), and extends approximately 1,100 km from east to west, and 1,000 km from north to south, in about the shape of a rectangle slanting to the south-east. Like most of the Sahara, this desert is primarily sand and hamada or stony plain.

    Sand plains, dunes, ridges, and some depressions (basins) typify the endorheic region, with no rivers draining into or out of the desert. The Gilf Kebir plateau reaches an altitude of just over 1,000 m, and along with the nearby massif of Jebel Uweinat is an exception to the uninterrupted territory of basement rocks covered by layers of horizontally bedded sediments, forming a massive sand plain, low plateaus, and dunes.[1]

    The desert features a striking diversity of landscapes including mountains, oases, and sand seas.

  • The Secrets of Antarctica | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    Join a team of marine scientists as they embark on an unprecedented journey across the Great Southern Ocean and beyond to Antarctica.

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  • Mystery in Sudan: The Lost Pharaohs | TRACKS

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    David Adams’ journey takes us into a Sudan we rarely see. On the flat waters of the Nile, he hears the creaking of the rigging catching the wind as river-travelers have for thousands of years. While the battlements of ancient fortresses standing on shore are occasional reminders of the region’s violent past, he is able to contemplate that era from the relative peace of the wide river.

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  • The Mennonites – a trip back in time | DW Documentary

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    Like the Amish in the US, the Mennonite Christian community shuns the modern world. Most Mennonites live in secluded, self-sufficient colonies. We get a rare glimpse into the life of a devout and isolated community.

    The Mennonites embrace isolation, which in their eyes helps protect them from the temptations of the modern world. At first glance, time seems to have stood still in the Mennonite colony in Belize, where people still travel by horse-drawn carriage and do without conveniences such as televisions and electricity. They still speak an old form of the German dialect Plattdeutsch. But modern life is slowly making inroads in Little Belize. Wilhelm, the community’s former doctor, was expelled for owning a mobile phone. Fearing that their community was being tainted, some more traditional members decided to found a new colony in a remote jungle in Peru, where they hope to live according to old customs and religious beliefs. For the first time ever, a camera team was granted access to one of Central and South America’s traditional Mennonite colonies.

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  • Dying Out: The Last Of The Samaritan Tribe | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    The Samaritans are one of the most ancient tribes in the world - they’ve been around for over 3,000 years. But the population is now fragile and the tribe at risk of finally dying out...

    Their population consists of just four extended families, around only 800 people in total (in Roman times there used to be over a million). They have three men to every one woman. To keep the tribe going they’ve tried bringing in women from afar, including a number from the Ukraine. But is it too little, too late?

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  • Perus Lost City Of Gold | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    The two flinty syllables strike at the imagination like the sudden hard beat of an Andean drum. Cities of gold; sun worship; virgin sacrifice. The stuff of legend. Legends that for the most part remain hidden in the impenetrable no-man’s land of Peru’s high country.

    For the better part of 400 years people have searched the deep canyons & towering ice peaks of these mist-covered cloud forests trying to locate the lost cities of the Inca. They were all after one thing; gold.

    Any gold would do but there was one thing desired above all others, the Great Golden Disc of the Sun. The most sacred of all Inca relics. The Inca Holy Grail. It is in search of this Holy Grail that David Adams goes on his journey to Puncuyoc, sacred Sister City of Machu Picchu; the city sought but never found by Hiram Bingham.

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  • Persias Forgotten Empire | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    Lost Worlds investigates the very latest archaeological finds at three remote and hugely significant sites - Angkor Wat, Troy and Persepolis. Lost Worlds travels to each site and through high-end computer graphics, lavish re-enactment and the latest archaeological evidence brings them to stunning televisual life.

    From the 900-year-old remains of Angkor Wat in the Cambodian jungle the staggering City of the God Kings is recreated. From Project Troia, in North West Turkey, the location of the biggest archaeological expedition ever mounted the lost city is stunningly visualised and finally from Persepolis the city and the great Persian Empire are brought to life.

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  • Beyond The Cape Of Storms: Secrets of The Namib Desert | Into The Rising Sun | TRACKS

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    With West Africa mapped, Portuguese explorers continued down the coast, seeking the turning point of an eastbound route to India. Epic voyages revealed myriad cultures, thousands of miles of harsh terrain, and eventually, the southernmost tip of the continent--the Cape of Storms.

    The Namib Desert flowing into the Atlantic is an eerily beautiful sight--one of many in Beyond the Cape of Storms. This stunningly executed historical documentary-travelogue traces Portuguese seafaring exploration of the uncharted African coastline during the last half of the 15th century. The video--the second in a four-volume series--combines citations from original travel logs, rare maps and illustrations, architectural sites, interviews with historians, and vivid film footage shot both on land and at sea. Footage from both restored and modern vessels reveals areas of coastline that look the same now as they must have half a millennium ago. The video also contains spectacular inland footage of the different provisioning locales. In each of these, local historians trace their communities' history from the first Portuguese contact through the devastating era of slave deportations to the modern day. The result is a fascinating study of a critical era in maritime history and simultaneously an outstanding travelogue of coastal Ghana, Príncipe, São Tomé, Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Angola, Namibia, and South Africa.

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  • Libyas Forgotten Tabu Tribe | Clip | TRACKS

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    The Tabu tribe of Southern Libya was among the first to rebel against Gaddafi's regime during the uprisings in 2011. Meet some of the Tabu clan members, just days after the regime was overturned, and hear their thoughts on living with and without Gaddafi as state ruler.

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  • Arabian Nights: The Spice Island | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    The battered dhow carves its passage though the tourmaline waters of the South Indian Ocean. Its patched lateen sail fat with monsoon wind, the salt air fragrant with cloves. Barely heard at first, the faint cry of a muezzin crackles through the dawn’s early light. Heads turn to the horizon. The turbaned helmsman eases off the sailrope & utters just one magical word.... Zanzibar. Zanzibar. The Spice Island. A real world Shangri-la. The island at the end of the earth. David Adams sails south in search of the lost world of Arab seafarer.

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  • The Lost City Of Atlantis 2020 - Full Documentary | Paul Wallis / The 5th Kind

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    For more than 2000 years, scholars of antiquity have been puzzling over Plato’s descriptions of the Island Nation of Atlantis. Questions continue to fascinate researchers and explorers to this day: Spanish Version Here: FREE Newsletter : | Paul's Book Escaping from Eden U.S: - U.K Paul Wallis Channel:
    Was Atlantis a real place or merely a literary device – a warning against national pride and hubris?

    How could a civilization with the strength to maintain a maritime empire, and to threaten Greece’s security, have simply disappeared? Why is there no mention of Atlantis in any ancient text other than Plato’s? Where was the island capital located?
    And what could possibly obliterate this famed nation – as Plato asserted – within a night and a day?

    These questions have taken geological researchers all around the world – from Morocco to Indonesia, from Bolivia to the North Sea, from the Mediterranean to the Sahara. All in search of Atlantis.
    Still the majority of commentators would regard Plato’s description as nothing more than literary fiction...But what are the implications for humanity if they are a true revelation of lost history..

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  • The abandoned mansions of Pakistan BBC Stories

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    In the last few decades hundreds of mansions have sprung up in villages throughout Pakistan's Punjab. We follow three local men who decided to migrate to Oslo where they have worked, got married, and had children – for a better life. But all three have realised their dream on building a mansion on what they consider their real home, and with time, have built mansions to show how far they have come in their lives – but with every mansion built comes heartache.

  • Climate change in the desert | DW Documentary

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    Climate change is leaving its mark on Morocco’s oases, too. Sandstorms are becoming more and more frequent, groundwater levels are sinking and palm trees are shrivelling up and dying. An age-old way of life is in danger.

    Halim Sbai says an oasis really is a paradise. But drought and desertification are now taking their toll on oases like M'hamid El Ghizlane in southeastern Morocco where he grew up. The survival of a whole region is at stake. Over hundreds of kilometers between the Anti-Atlas mountains and the Sahara desert there is one palm-fringed oasis after the next. Close to two million people live in these settlements. Up to now, many earned their living by harvesting dates from the palm trees. But this is proving more and more difficult. Decreasing and irregular rainfall is having a devastating impact on the trees and their yields.

    Halim Sbai is planting new palm trees and preserving as much precious water as he can in a bid to keep the oasis of M'hamid El Ghizlane and the region’s traditional way of life alive. Up to now, he has also been supplementing his income with earnings from tourism. Global warming could put an end to all this.
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  • The Lost City of Troy | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    Lost Worlds investigates the very latest archaeological finds at three remote and hugely significant sites - Angkor Wat, Troy and Persepolis. Lost Worlds travels to each site and through high-end computer graphics, lavish re-enactment and the latest archaeological evidence brings them to stunning televisual life.

    From the 900-year-old remains of Angkor Wat in the Cambodian jungle the staggering City of the God Kings is recreated. From Project Troia, in North West Turkey, the location of the biggest archaeological expedition ever mounted the lost city is stunningly visualised and finally from Persepolis the city and the great Persian Empire are brought to life.

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  • Deadliest Roads | Mali | Free Documentary | Dangerous Roads

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  • Becoming woman in Zanskar I SLICE I Full documentary

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    Living in the heart of the Himalaya, Tenzin and Palkit have a strong friendship. But that relationship will be shattered by destiny. They both have to leave their village and family forever. Tenzin has to marry the man chosen by her parents, and Palkit wants to avoid marriage and to become a nun.
    Two adolescents in the Himalayas: one kidnapped by her future husband, the other head shaved as she enters the covent forever.

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  • Secrets Of Southern Australia | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    This intriguing documentary studies the harsh, cold water environment off Australia's south coast, home to many unique and fascinating marine creatures found nowhere else in the ocean. These seas are where you find the strangest of sharks including the angel shark which hides concealed beneath the sand to ambush its prey, and the saw shark, a rarely filmed and elusive creature from the deep.

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  • Secrets of the Sahara: Niger’s Rapid Growing Population | Sahara | TRACKS

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    Sahara is documental series that explores how western interference in the regions surrounding the desert affects those who live there.

    Niger is the country with the fastest growing population on earth - but in a poor country, that comes with its problems.
    What are the challenges faced by its people?

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  • Morocco’s 500 year Festival: The Imilchil Wedding Festival | Festivals | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    Festivals explores different festivities around the world, giving you a deep insight into the traditions and customs of the people celebrating them.

    The Berbers are the indigenous people of Morocco that celebrate the ancient Imilchil Wedding Festival, where several couples get married in a big town celebration.

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    The Samaritans are one of the most ancient tribes in the world - they’ve been around for over 3,000 years. But the population is now fragile and the tribe at risk of finally dying out...

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    Taking the Eastern and Oriental Express train to step back in time while enjoying the flavors and sights of Singapore guided by the mastery of chef Yannis Martineau.

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