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RT @auroraalmendral: I had some unsettling conversations about Duterte, listen on FRONTLINE https://twitter.com/frontlinepbs/status/1108930170751049731
The killings started as soon as Rodrigo Duterte became president of the Philippines. But insiders tell FRONTLINE that long before his presidency, his leadership was marked by violence. LISTEN: https://to.pbs.org/2ulPIQj
During the war in Bosnia, civilians of all ethnicities — Muslims, Serbs and Croats — became victims of horrible crimes. Bosnian Muslims would suffer the greatest losses, with thousands being slaughtered by Serb forces. https://to.pbs.org/2ulFkrO
In 2012, Elvedin Pasic was the first witness in the historic war crimes trial of Gen. Ratko Mladić. "Because I survived, I felt like I owed it to my dad to tell his story." https://to.pbs.org/2ujSLZn
"The Last Generation," an interactive documentary from FRONTLINE & the @GroundTruth Project, was honored with both the @SH_Awards for multimedia journalism and a citation for @opcofamerica’s Kim Wall Award. https://to.pbs.org/2FjtKmj
Ahead of Benjamin Netanyahu's announced visit with President Trump at the White House next week, get a look back at the Israeli prime minister's contentious relationships with two former U.S. presidents. https://to.pbs.org/2ukABqn
Elvira Karagic’s father and uncle went missing in July 1992 — during what’s been described as ethnic cleansing in Prijedor, her hometown. She identified their remains in a mass grave decades later. https://to.pbs.org/2Flowq9
RT @michellemizner: The FRONTLINE DISPTACH triple threat: @sophiemckibben, @gabrielleberbey, and @jebsharp. Huge congrats to this tremendou…
The killings started as soon as Rodrigo Duterte became president of the Philippines. But insiders tell FRONTLINE that long before his presidency, his leadership was marked by violence. LISTEN: https://to.pbs.org/2FiN430
"For Sama" filmmakers Waad al-Kateab & Ed Watts on CNN. Al-Kateab filmed her life in the rebel-held city of Aleppo through 5 years of the Syrian uprising. Her intimate story of love, motherhood & war was recognized as the best documentary feature at @sxsw. https://to.pbs.org/2Hxa3Lb
RT @pritheworld: Long before his bloody war on drugs began, Rodrigo Duterte’s leadership has been marked by charisma and violence. FRONT…
Long before his bloody war on drugs began, Rodrigo Duterte’s leadership was marked by charisma and violence. We investigate Duterte’s rise, and his cult-like following in “Blood and Power in the Philippines.” LISTEN: http://to.pbs.org/2Fibutk
RT @raneyaronson: Blood and Power in the Philippines - please listen to this revealing ⁦@frontlinepbs⁩ investigative podcast about Philippi…
The fallout from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s declaration of independence from Yugoslavia led to some of the worst atrocities in Europe since WWII. Here are some key moments in the Bosnian war — and the role that Gen. Ratko Mladić played in them. https://to.pbs.org/2umB8bu
RT @BMakuch: The @frontlinepbs doc on the trial of convicted war criminal Ratko Mladic (commander of the Srebrenica genocide) is just... wo…
In 2012, Elvedin Pasic was the first witness in the historic war crimes trial of Gen. Ratko Mladić. "Because I survived, I felt like I owed it to my dad to tell his story." https://to.pbs.org/2uhVfYl
Critics accuse him of “death squad” killings that violate human rights. Supporters call him their “protector” — the “savior” of the Philippines. Who is Rodrigo Duterte, and how did he rise to power? LISTEN: https://to.pbs.org/2Fi8zRr
As President Trump's criticism of the late Sen. John McCain makes headlines, revisit our 2018 documentary that examines McCain's legacy and traces how the president came to see the late lawmaker as a foe. https://to.pbs.org/2Fi8zAV
“The Trial of Ratko Mladić” is an epic story of justice, accountability and a country at odds over its bloody past. WATCH: https://to.pbs.org/2Fm6BPQ
Long before his bloody war on drugs began, Rodrigo Duterte’s leadership was marked by charisma and violence. We investigate Duterte’s rise, and his cult-like following in “Blood and Power in the Philippines.” LISTEN: https://to.pbs.org/2Fibutk
RT @ucbsoj: 🎥 Raney Aronson-Rath— Exec. Producer @frontlinepbs and a leading voice on narrative journalism, documentary filmmaking & visua…
The fallout from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s declaration of independence from Yugoslavia led to some of the worst atrocities in Europe since WWII. Here are some of the key moments in the Bosnian war — and the role that Gen. Ratko Mladić played in them. https://to.pbs.org/2ugCDI4
Elvedin Pasic was 14 years old when he says Serb forces shelled his Muslim village in Bosnia. He says women and children were then separated from the men — and it was the last day he saw his father. Decades later, he’s still looking for answers. https://to.pbs.org/2uizirQ
"The Last Generation," an interactive documentary from FRONTLINE & the @GroundTruth Project, was honored with both the @SH_Awards for multimedia journalism and a citation for @opcofamerica’s Kim Wall Award. https://to.pbs.org/2FicopI
Elvira Karagic’s father and uncle went missing in July 1992 — during what’s been described as ethnic cleansing in Prijedor, her hometown. She identified their remains in a mass grave decades later. https://to.pbs.org/2FjBYuE
The fallout from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s declaration of independence from Yugoslavia led to some of the worst atrocities in Europe since WWII. Here are some of the key moments in the Bosnian war — and the role that Gen. Ratko Mladić played in them. https://to.pbs.org/2Fk8A7m
Elvedin Pasic was 14 years old when he says Serb forces shelled his Muslim village in Bosnia. He says women and children were then separated from the men — and it was the last day he saw his father. Decades later, he’s still looking for answers. https://to.pbs.org/2FgS7Rv
FRONTLINE & @ProPublica journalist @ACInvestigates received a Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism. Watch his investigative series "Documenting Hate" online: https://to.pbs.org/2ukcEQ8
RT @ajohnston12: This is just the best news. If you haven't seen the incredible work that @katieworth and @michellemizner did, please check…
"The Last Generation," an interactive documentary from FRONTLINE & the @GroundTruth Project, was honored with both the @SH_Awards for multimedia journalism and a citation for @opcofamerica’s Kim Wall Award. https://to.pbs.org/2FijhHL
"The Trial of Ratko Mladić" offers a chilling look at the largest genocide in Europe since the Holocaust, and the general who commanded the forces that carried it out. WATCH: https://to.pbs.org/2uieS2a
Last year, “Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia” examined the lasting regional consequences of the U.S. invasion of Iraq and Saddam Hussein's death. https://to.pbs.org/2uiKzsg
In Oct. 2017, “Mosul” documented the street-by-street battles and stunning cost of Iraqi forces’ brutal, nine-month fight to drive ISIS out of Iraq’s second largest city. http://to.pbs.org/2Bvh5h1
In March 2017, FRONTLINE was on the ground in Iraq, investigating allegations of abuse of Sunni Muslim civilians by some of the powerful Shia militias that fought ISIS. https://to.pbs.org/2unra9v
Where did ISIS come from? In 2016, FRONTLINE went back to the early days of the Iraq invasion to trace the brutal terror group’s creation, and how the U.S. missed warnings signs. https://to.pbs.org/2ujMbC0
While reporting on the rise of ISIS in 2014 (http://to.pbs.org/2B2Irtr ), @Martin28Smith walked the streets of Baghdad, noting the resilience of Iraq's people despite the fear of bombings and chaos in their country. https://youtu.be/ftPHG8yGuts
In July 2014, FRONTLINE examined the U.S. role in Iraq's unraveling from the 2003 invasion to the rise of ISIS. https://to.pbs.org/2Ff3j0Y
In March 2008, FRONTLINE recounted the full saga of 9/11, Al Qaeda, Afghanistan, Iraq, WMDs, the insurgency, Abu Ghraib and Fallujah and the surge in the epic “Bush’s War.” https://to.pbs.org/2uiRXUv
In Feb. 2008, FRONTLINE revealed what happened in Haditha, Iraq, where 24 Iraq civilians were killed by U.S. forces in what was branded as “Iraq’s My Lai.” https://to.pbs.org/2uiROAr
As the “surge” strategy began in 2007, FRONTLINE investigated how strategic and tactical mistakes brought Iraq to civil war. https://to.pbs.org/2Fgzb5l
In June 2006, FRONTLINE probed former Vice President Dick Cheney’s role in bringing the war on terror to Iraq, and his power struggle with the CIA. https://to.pbs.org/2Fg40Ht
In the aftermath of the U.S. invasion, an insurgency took hold in Iraq — kidnappings, suicide bombers, beheadings. FRONTLINE spoke to insurgent leaders, Iraqi commanders and U.S. military units in 2006’s “The Insurgency.” https://to.pbs.org/2uiQTQv
In Oct. 2003, FRONTLINE traced the roots of the Iraq war back to the days immediately following September 11, when a special intelligence operation was created to look for evidence that would justify the war. https://to.pbs.org/2FgyE3l
In Feb. 2003, FRONTLINE examined the hidden story of what was really driving the Bush administration to war with Iraq in “The War Behind Closed Doors." https://to.pbs.org/2ukP4CC
It has been 16 years since the Iraq war began. We've covered the invasion, its aftermath and the consequences of the conflict all along the way. Here, we highlight some of our reporting over the years. https://to.pbs.org/2FjIZeG
The fallout from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s declaration of independence from Yugoslavia led to some of the worst atrocities in Europe since WWII. Here are some of the key moments in the Bosnian war — and the role that Gen. Ratko Mladić played in them. https://to.pbs.org/2uiwjzJ
Elvedin Pasic was 14 years old when he says Serb forces shelled his Muslim village in Bosnia. He says women and children were then separated from the men — and it was the last day he saw his father. Decades later, he’s still looking for answers. https://to.pbs.org/2ulzQx6
Victims call him the "Butcher of Bosnia." Defenders say he protected the Serbs. "The Trial of Ratko Mladić” is an epic story of justice, accountability and a country at odds over its bloody past. Watch it online, at any time. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/the-trial-of-ratko-mladic/
Victims call him the "Butcher of Bosnia." Defenders say he protected the Serbs. "The Trial of Ratko Mladic” is an epic story of justice, accountability and a country at odds over its bloody past. Watch it online, at any time. https://to.pbs.org/2U0vuKo
Gen. Mladić was found guilty on 10 out of 11 counts, including persecution, extermination, murder, forcible transfer — and of genocide in Srebrenica. https://to.pbs.org/2UKi9mH #frontlinePBS
“The Trial of Ratko Mladić” is an epic story of justice, accountability and a country at odds over its bloody past. #frontlinePBS WATCH: https://to.pbs.org/2U0vuKo
 
 
 
 
 
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