Dogs 101: New Guinea Singing Dog For More Dogs 101 Check Out: This independent and wild dog is not afraid to show off his singing voice. The New Guinea Singing Dog is perhaps the rarest breed in the world and was discovered in the jungles of Asia.
'Scores killed' at Guinea protest Scores of people are feared dead after Guinean security forces fired on a huge opposition rally in the capital Conakry.
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Our three Guinea pigs fighting for a cucumber You can see our three guinea pigs: Whitie, Grizzley (brown) and Puma (black). Don't worry, we give them enough to eat!
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The Panel: Ireland vs Papua New Guinea The Panel consider Ireland's chances as a warmongering nation, whilst romance blooms between Andrew Maxwell and Grainne Seoige. And also between Colin Murphy and Jimmy Carr. Also some controversial IRA stuff...
Cat Jump - Caracal hunts a guinea fowl 10 feet jump 3 meters jump This shortclip has three goals: aware people about the wildlife beauties, the importance of their protection and advertise the original documentary from which this clip was removed. PLEASE BUY ORIGINAL PRODUCTS. Don't stimulate piracy. Don't buy illegal products, such as dvds. This way you encourage companies to keep on filming the wildlife. Don't stimulate any harmful action to nature. Don't buy wild animals and animals' derivative products, legal or illegal, such as coats and shoes. Sorry about possible english mistakes. From: "Mountain Rivals".
Dying for Treatment - Guinea Bissau Oct 2007 How do doctors treat patients when they have no medicines and no functioning equipment? We take a rare wart-and-all look at life in an African hospital. Steeped in debt, the government of Guinea-Bissau has no funding for medical equipment or drugs. Infections that could be easily treated are allowed to fester into life threatening illnesses. Children are left lying in hospital beds for years without seeing a doctor. Domingos has been in hospital for a year and a half. His bedsores are now so bad; "I can put my hand almost right inside."
Guinea following deadly crackdown Guineans took to the streets in September in protest against the military regime that took over after President Lansana Contes' death.
Soldiers of Misfortune - Equatorial Guinea June 2004 The ultimate backgrounder to the coup attempt. Simon Mann and the others may face death if convicted, in order to deter other soldiers of fortune who smell oil in Africa.
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Bougainville: Killer Deal - Papua New Guinea July 2008 After Bougainville's President died suddenly in June, the future of the island's huge mineral reserves is in doubt. A secret deal gives an Australian business a 70% share of the resources but does the deal still stand? Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
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Babies - Papa New Guinea Mar 2008 For every one thousand babies born in Papua New Guinea, more than seventy will die before their fifth birthday. The country's morgues are filling up with tiny abandoned corpses. Faced with this crisis, inspirational PNG women are fighting back. "I say constantly that the most valuable resource of Papua New Guinea is the children." Dame Carol Kidu is the PNG's Community Services Minister. She feels that the country is facing an identity crisis. As pressures to modernise increase, people are forgetting their roots: many women now believe bottle-feeding to be the best way to bring up their newborns. But as social worker Tiff Nongor explains, bottled milk is low in nutrition and vital antibodies. With government initiatives few and feeble, community leaders are becoming desperate, "We're hitting our head against a brick wall". Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Drum Carvers Conakry, Guinea, West Africa / Rhythm Traders Roadtrip The beginning steps of carving a Djembe. Hollowing out the log and rough cutting the shape of the drum. All done by hand with hand made tools. Very Cool!!!
Human Guinea Pigs - It's a Gas Gas Gas The pigs discover the funniest joke in the world with the aid of a room full of balloons.
The Pulse - Guinea worm -12 Nov 07 - Ep 3 - Part 2 Scientists are on the verge of eradicating one of the oldest parasites that have been infecting humans for thousands of years -- guinea worm.
Broken Promises - Papua New Guinea August 1994 Produced by International Award Winning Film Maker Wayne Coles-Janess, by ipso-facto Production for the ABCs Foreign Correspondent. The first piece produced in Rebel controlled areas and includes dramatic front line action. On the Pacific Island of Bougainville a man lies dying from gunshot wounds. He is a victim of one of many violations in the cease-fire between Papua New Guinea's Government forces and the Bougainville Revolutionary Army. The BRA's struggle for independence claimed the lives of over 3000 people, but they remain determined to fight on. Using a mix of weapons, some of which date back to the WWII Japanese occupation, the BRA continue to hold out against PNG's superior forces. Meanwhile, the Bougainville people, whose villages face indiscriminate destruction, are under a PNG blockade which has cut off food and medicine supplies. Exclusive interview with Bougainville's president and unique footage from behind BRA lines.
Huli Wigmen - Papua New Guinea March 2006 The PNG Huli men are said to be the fiercest warriors in the world. But they have a surprising soft side -- an obsession with hair. Boys spend years constructing elaborate wigs. "It is very important for a young Huli boy to have a wig. That's why the boys go to wig school", explains Huli Harold Hayake. To grow strong, healthy hair, the young men live together in a monastic lifestyle under the guidance of a wig master. Only after their wig is ready can they marry. Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Guinea bloodshed condemned International condemnation has mounted after scores of people in Guinea were killed by security forces as they protested against the country's military coup leader.
GUINEA - RIOTS: Diallo's supporters fighting against security forces GUINEA - RIOTS: Diallo's supporters fighting against security forces Violence broke out Monday when the country's electoral commission announced provisional results declaring Alpha Conde the victor in a tight race against his rival, former Prime Minister Cellou Dalien Diallo. Observers have feared violence, now it really has begun.
GUINEA: Diallo refuses the result proclaimed by electoral commission GUINEA: Diallo refuses the result proclaimed by electoral commission There were incidents on Tuesday morning but in the afternoon the streets of Cellou Dalein Diallo's strongholds were deserted, due to a heavy military presence. Diallo still refuses the result proclaimed by the electoral commission which said his rival Alpha Conde is Guinea's new president.
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GUINEA - Alpha Conde declared winner in Guinea presidential run-off GUINEA - Alpha Conde declared winner in Guinea presidential run-off Alpha Conde has won Guinea's presidency with 52.52 percent of votes cast in a Nov. 7 run-off against former premier Cellou Dalein Diallo, the nation's election commission said Monday. The results followed a day of clashes that left one person dead. 'Diallo supporters hurled rocks at police.': Nicolas Germain reports from Conakry.
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Guinea in crisis: Ex-aide attacks junta chef IN THE FIELD - With R. Callimachi, correspondent in Conakry.
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The Last Cannibals - Papua New Guinea July 2006 We journey deep into the heart of West Papua to track down perhaps the last remaining cannibals in the world. The Korowai have lived by the same customs for 10000 years. "It's normal. I don't feel sad or anything", states one tribesman, describing how he killed and ate his friend. The Korowai believe that deaths are caused by evil spirits. When a person dies, a frightening witch-hunt begins to find the person possessed and kill and eat him. Even children are vulnerable. A six-year-old boy has fallen under suspicion because his parents died suddenly. His uncle fears the boy will be killed when he reaches puberty. "The chances he'll survive are pretty small", states remote tribes expert Paul Raffaele. His only hope is that civilisation catches up with the Korowai in time to save him.
The Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea (12" Original) (Audio only). Performed by Mancunian dance outfit The Future Sound of London
GREAT !! Guinea Djembe Drum Spectac: Remarkable Dundun Solo! TO SEE.HEAR MORE FREE! "African Dance": This video was shot during a performance or "Spectac" (as they say there) of many the different up and comming djembe and drum groups in Conakry, Guinea . This group features students of the infamous drummer Boka who was out of the country at the time.
Special report on Guinea's junta leader, Moussa Dadis Camara In December 2008, Guinean army captain Moussa Dadis Camara took power following a coup d'état. Nine months later, scores of opposition supporters were killed by a rampaging army. FRANCE 24's special correspondents met Camara in Conakry.
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Guinea Conakry A car tour along the center of the capital
Papua New Guinea Asaro mudmen to firedancers; highland mountains to the Trobriand Islands. Art, music & dance. Tuvurvur volcano at Rabaul.
Bruce Lee In New Guinea A boxer is exposed to strange rituals,medieval magic and a mysterious girl in New Guinea..
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A force for democracy in Guinea As Guinea prepares for its first presidential election since independence from France more than half a century ago, the West African nation's security forces are being called on to hep democracy rather than supress it. Dadis Camara, an army captain, seized power following the death of Lansana Conte, the country's president, in December 2008. Less than a year later his troops crushed an opposition rally, killing more than 150 civilians. But now a 16000-strong gendarmerie and police force has been formed to supervise the elections that it is hoped will lead to a stable civilian government. Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from the capital, Conakry. June 26, 2010
Fear and Death in Equatorial Guinea Voting takes place but opposition stands no chance
Bougainville - Papua New Guinea May 2006 One of the most volatile and reclusive figures in PNG's recent history, Francis Ona has re-emerged from his mountain hideaway. Ona is the man who created the secessionist Bougainville Revolutionary Army, or BRA, in 1989 originally to fight against the operations of the Panguna mining company which Ona believed was destroying the land and environment, and paying little or no compensation to the owners of the land. The Panguna Mine - then the largest copper mine in the world - was closed, and remains closed today. The BRA fought a savage civil war for independence against the PNG government during the 1990s. Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
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