The State We're In, 17 March 2012. A documentary filmmaker from Congo helps convict a warlord of war crimes; a young woman from Baghdad fights for a new Iraq on the basketball court; a woman in Cairo copes with sexual harassment on the street, in cars, even on horseback; and a faithful couple suspects each other of cheating.
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Safa Al-Sultani lost both her father and brother in the Iraq War. She’s now putting the pieces of her life back together... on the basketball court.
Safa plays for the American University in Sulaymaniyah.
Salaam Dunk is an award-winning documentary, directed by David Fine.
Bukeni Waruzi is a documentary filmmaker from Congo whose work centres on child soldiers.
He was at the International Court in The Hague when the verdict was announced.
Former warlord Thomas Lubanga Diyalo was convicted of all three counts of war crimes.
He tells Jonathan why he never thought this day would come.
Watch Bukeni Waruzi's A Duty to Protect.
But when the Mubarak regime was toppled, she decided to return.
Only to find that the harassment was as bad as ever: on the street, in the car, even on horseback.
Read a transcript of Sarah's essay.
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Well, Steve Zarpas in Norfolk, Virginia told us that he’s remained happily faithful through 19 years of marriage, despite lots of chances to cheat undetected.