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The War On Drugs / web
9:31

The Craziest Ways Cartels Traffic Drugs

Drug cartels are more innovative than most legitimate companies. From narco-submarines to sex toys, we look at the most inventive ways cartels have smuggled drugs.
The War On Drugs / web
10:23

How Shellfish Fuelled a Meth Boom

From poaching endangered shellfish to smoking quaaludes, this is the wild origin story of how meth took over South Africa.
The Big Steal / web
8:46

Nissan Scandal

Carlos Ghosn, former chairman of Nissan and CEO of Renault, was accused of under-reporting $80 million of his own salary.
The Big Steal / web
9:39

How one family bankrupted Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is bankrupt and protestors blame the current economic crisis on just one family.
Gen 跟 CHINA / web
15:10

Gen China - Mixed Race

Mixed-race Eurasian face filters and models are prolific on Chinese social media, but the same preference isn’t given to mixed-race Black and Chinese people.
The War On Drugs
10:07

Mexico's Most Wanted Drug Kingpin

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel are Mexico’s deadliest narco empire. But amidst rumours that their leader is actually dead – could this all be about to crumble?
VWN Informers
7:14

Confessions of an International Drug Smuggler

A former drug mule reveals how he made €20,000 per trip smuggling cocaine across Europe.
The War On Drugs
9:21

WOD: Balkans - Web GEO-BLOCK ALBANIA

The global cocaine trade has been revolutionised by Albanian mafia groups. We show how these groups really operate, using business innovation and brutal violence to maintain their power.
The War On Drugs
10:32

Central America's Deadliest Drugs Gang

How did the street gang MS-13 become the deadliest gang in Central America, virtually taking over entire cities? How do they actually fit into the global narco-trade?
VWN Informers
5:19

The Horrors I Saw at Korean Private Schools

Getting screamed at, sexual harassment and finding porn on the bosses’ school laptop. An English teacher reveals the horrors of working at South Korea’s notorious private “Hagwon” Schools.
Gen 跟 CHINA
14:51

Tuition for Profit

In July 2021, the Chinese Communist Party announced the double reduction policy. The new law banned private education companies from offering after-school tutoring in core school subjects.
The War On Drugs
9:20

Is The World’s Weirdest Drug Market In New Zealand?

New Zealand is overrun with meth and new synthetic drugs – sold by fierce biker gangs. But, this is how one psychedelic rockstar almost managed to end their War on Drugs!
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