Award-winning journalist Peter Taylor traces the modern history and development of terrorism through four major acts of terror over the last 30 years. This week he looks at Al-Qaeda's strike on the US embassy in Nairobi in 1998.
Hannah Maynard, a prosecutor for the UN International Criminal Court in The Hague, charges a former Serbian general of war crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia in the mid-'90s. However, her main witness might be lying, so the court sends a team to Bosnia to investigate.
The life of the despotic Communist ruler who rose from the poor fields of rural Romania to the luxurious heights of political power. From loved and respected leader, he turned into a despised tyrant, and his execution in 1989 marked the bloody end to a bloody regime.
In September 1972, at the Munich Olympics before the eyes of millions of television viewers, eleven Israeli athletes were murdered by Black September, a radical group within the PLO. The event shocked the world - and the Israelis planned revenge. This documentary draws on testimonies never heard before from Mossad agents who carried out Israel's bloody revenge.