• Five years into the devastating Syrian war, the country’s capital, Damascus is a shelter for the civilians who refuse to flee their motherland. Yet, even here no one is really safe as shells hit the streets and buildings regularly. Sameer is a local cameraman who continues his work despite its dangers. Through his lens, he shows us the everyday life of ordinary Syrians. 

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    I’m Sameer from Damascus

    April 18, 2016 14 886
  • ISIS oil trade documents, testimonies of local civilians and captured ISIS militants: RT Documentary crew visits Syrian oil town of Shaddadi just ten days after it was liberated from ISIS. Exclusive results of RT Doc investigation. 

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    In The Name of The Profit. Extended version

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  • They can hold their breath for several minutes and slow their heartrate to almost nothing. Free divers plunge to incredible depths with no scuba gear. They push themselves to the limit to break new records but despite the serious risks involved, they can’t resist the call of the deep.

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    Dying to Dive

    May 2, 2016 23 922
  • “Keldysh” is Russia’s famous research vessel. She’s heading towards the Arctic Circle on a mission to collect important underwater samples. One of the scientists aboard helped draft Russia’s Arctic shelf claim, submitted to the UN. He explains the science behind it.

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    Arctic Prospects

    April 22, 2016 18 764
  • In Israel, where serving in the army is compulsory, there is a special military unit whose sole task is to inform relatives when a soldier is killed in action. RT Doc meets some of the officers who knock on doors to deliver the most devastating news any parent can hear. They have come to be known as, Angels of Death.

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    Angels Of Death. They bear the worst news a family can hear

    March 30, 2016 14 1047
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Downside Up is a centre in Moscow that provides support for children with Down syndrome and their families. It helps kids to develop their abilities and communication skills. Here, both children and their parents feel welcome, in a stark contrast from an often unaccepting society.

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