As US soldier Robert Bales is charged with murdering 17 Afghan civilians, Dateline gets unprecedented access to the investigation and those involved; Dateline gets close-up access to Syrian opposition leader Haitham al-Maleh, as he tries to defeat the Assad regime from exile and; Hong Kong's maids say they're treated like second class citizens by controversially being denied permanent residency.
How is the mind of a killer created? And can it be undone? Soldiers, police officers and executioners are recruited and trained to be able to kill. Pulling a trigger or administering a lethal injection may only take a second, but the effects can last much longer. Insight hears from people who have been trained to kill, and looks at what draws them to this sort of work, how they are trained, and the impact it has had on their lives.
Stories include, 'Australia could host US drone base', 'World agrees on stronger nuclear security', 'Victoria slashes carbon reduction target', 'Police crack down on trucking safety', 'Cameron caught in cash for access scandal', 'The Tories have form here: Coates', 'DSK investigated over prostitution allegations' and 'Jim Stynes honoured at St Paul's Cathedral'.
Stories include, 'Government blocks Chinese technology for NBN', 'Queensland rout asks questions of Labor', 'Peter Beattie reflects on the Labor brand' and 'Turkey refugee camp provides Syrian conflict insight'.
This week's episode tells the story of actor and director John Polson and features some of the biggest names in Hollywood's Gumleaf Mafia. The A Listers, including Geoffrey Rush, Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett were all together in Sydney recently for Polson's 'Tropfest' event which has risen from unlikely origins in a corner cafe to become the biggest short film festival in the world.
Stories include, 'Labor analyses Queensland demolition', 'Queensland Labor struggles to regroup', 'ALP lost Qld on the carbon tax: Joyce', 'Huawei blocked from NBN on security ground', 'Obama challenges North Korea to pursue peace' and 'Obama's health system on trial'.
Panellists include: Craig Emerson - Trade Minister, George Brandis - Shadow Attorney General, Larissa Waters - Queensland Greens Senator, Grahame Morris - Political strategist and Liberty Sanger - Labor lawyer.
The story of modern China told through the eyes of the villagers forced to sell their homes and give up their land to make way for massive urban development. Naturally they are outraged and fearful. Some say they will not bow to the will of the Government, while others ultimately embrace the opportunity to make a fortune.
The story, 'Deep trouble', features an interview with Gabe Watson also known as the honeymoon killer. The story, 'That's life', speaks with Derryn Hinch about his emotional meeting with his liver donor's family. The story, 'Good Will', meets actor Will Ferrell and finds out what drives him.
Following the capture of Australia's most wanted man, Malcolm Naden, Living Black speaks to the family of alleged murder victim Kristy Scholes, to hear their reaction to the news. In Arnhem Land, we investigate the controversy over whether Yolngu people should have the right to charge for safari-style crocodile hunts. In Sydney, we uncover the social trauma caused by a cattle trail early last century. Plus how the switchover to digital television will affect remote Aboriginal communities. Don't miss Darwin diva Jessica Mauboy performing exclusively for Living Black!
The story, 'Lyme disease', investigates lyme disease an illness that's infecting more than 225,000 Americans every year, with thousands more in Australia. The story, 'Titanic's aussie hero', reveals the remarkable romance of Evelyn and William, who found love following the sinking of the Titanic. The story, 'The inspirational Jim Stynes', shows one of Jim Stynes last interviews.
Stories include, 'Former ASIO head criticised over Habib case', 'Polls predict landslide in Qld election', 'The Green view on the election', 'Margaret Whitlam remembered with affection', 'Victoria denies campaign against Overland', 'America looks to Australia as Asia expert', 'The Long view on the economy' and 'Paul Lockyer's final story told'.
Jonica Newby checks out the making of the first 3D monster wave surf movie; Mark Horstman returns water to the Snowy River; and Ruben Meerman detects pollution with birds.
Stories include, 'Queensland faces rare change of government', 'Federal Government and Opposition compare scores before Canberra break', 'Truffles scheme digs up investment worries', 'Missing bug returns to give hope' and 'A star is born with Clarke and Dawe'.
Stories include, 'Toulouse murder suspect dead in shoot-out', 'Most wanted man Naden arrested near Gloucester', 'Holden co-investment divides Opposition', 'Senator Carr discusses the world', 'Shooting death prompts fury at self-defence law' and 'Sri Lankan dissenters still living in fear'.
Stories include, 'National radioactive waste dump faces resistance', 'New Foreign Minister reflects on China', 'Iran poses dilemma for US government' and 'Dame Dench delivers exotic thoughts and ageing secrets'.
Stories include, 'French police negotiate with besieged gunman', 'Supermarket giants attacked for intimidation', 'CIA denies funding Australian green groups', 'Anna Bligh defends record as Premier' and 'Scranton a microcosm of working America'.
Stories include, 'Troubled Labor MP caught in jobs crisis', 'Mining tax passes Senate but faces dissent', 'WA Premier Colin Barnett reacts to mining tax', 'Farmers assess damage after the floods', 'AFL star Jim Stynes leaves behind strong legacy'.
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