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We met Mr Sariban - 74 years old local hero. From dawn till dusk he patrols the streets of Bandung, Indonesia on his bicycle looking for garbage and shaming those who dare to litter in his city.

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Mr Sariban has made it his mission to rid his city of trash. Every day, he patrols the streets of Bandung, Indonesia looking for garbage. When he started 30 years ago, they called him crazy. Today, he's a local hero.

This young journalist was shot dead by an Israeli sniper.

At least 28 Palestinians have been killed in the past week during protests demanding the right for Palestinian refugees to return home.

https://www.aljazeera.com/…/israeli-army-kills-palestinians…

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Our friend, our colleague, one of the most talented photographers/cameramen in Gaza, Yaser Murtaja is a martyr
Yaser got shot in the abdomen this morning by ...an Israeli sniper, while video-covering the great march of return..
His "PRESS" jacket/shield did not protect him.. No words..

يااااااسر شهيد!! الله يرحمك.. الله يرحمك..

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"We're angry at watching Palestinian children being shot in the back by thugs in uniform"

Israel has turned Gaza into Soweto - while Israel has become South Africa - circa 1976.
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Throwback to when we filmed with Deputy Superintendent Asmat Ara of Peshawar's traffic police

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There is a genocide taking place right now, and the world is looking the other way.

More than 70 people have been killed in the Syrian rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus. This is some of the heaviest fighting ...
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We met the Baduy tribe in Indonesia. They lead a simple life, rejecting modern tech. Power lines stop at the border of their lands. Lately the outside world has started to creep in. Will their way of life disappear? Fascinating.

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This Indonesian tribe rejects all modern technology to protect their ancient traditions. But the outside world is creeping in.

Resa's friends would call her 'Princess of the Dump' as a young girl. Now an adult, she showed us how she's helping the next generation out of poverty in Indonesia's biggest landfill.

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Resa Boenard grew up in Indonesia's biggest rubbish dump. Now she's back to help the next generation break the cycle of poverty.

Me and my colleagues met Ibrahim Halawa and heard his powerful story of spending 4 years inside an Egyptian jail for protesting against a military coup. Watch this.

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Irishman Ibrahim Halawa was only 17 when he was jailed in Egypt. Four years on, he’s home rebuilding his life in Dublin.

If you want to hear the story behind our stories from Kibera, have a listen to this podcast 🎧 about our characters and what it's like filming in Kenya's biggest slum.

Against tremendous odds, Kibera's residents are determined to change their lives for the better.
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We spent a day with Dzoel (Achmad Zulkarnain) who inspired us with his work ethic, determination, and amazing images!

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Dzoel has no hands or legs but he doesn’t let that get in the way of his photography.

Mohammed Rafiq has been painting Pakistan's colourful buses for 40 years. His story is beautiful and tragic - of passion and friendship, but also exploitation, child labour and sickness.

Mohammed Rafiq has been transforming Pakistan's buses into works of art for the last 40 years. The result is beautiful, but there's a dark side to the indust...
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Mohammed Rafiq has been painting Pakistan's colourful buses for 40 years. His story is both beautiful and tragic - of passion and friendship, but also exploitation, child labour and sickness.

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Mohammed Rafiq has been transforming Pakistan's buses into works of art for the last 40 years and they're absolutely breathtaking.

This is why we love our work, and why we will not let them shut us down.
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'Qatar Charity' funds many amazing projects like this HUGE bakery I filmed on the Turkey-Syria border. The Saudis have declared it a terrorist group.

It's the vulnerable, like Radwan and his family in the story below, that will suffer the most as a result of this mess.

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Radwan Alsaid fled Syria with his family when his home was attacked with barrel bombs.
Now he works at a Turkish bakery which produces 170,000 loaves of bread per day for Syria's needy.
Our Hassan Ghani visited the bakery.

More Syria coverage here: http://bit.ly/1FSklg3

Many of our Indonesian friends have been asking about Mr Sariban's song about garbage in our video. Here's the full, unedited clip. Enjoy!

If you haven't seen Mr Sariban's story yet, you can watch it here:
https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera/videos/10155578804723690

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Please vote for our story about Master Ayub's Park School in the online Webby Awards in the link below. It only takes 30 seconds, and will help inspire more people to help change their communities. Thanks!

VOTE HERE: https://vote.webbyawards.com/PublicVoting…

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Pakistani firefighter Mohammed (Master) Ayub grew up poor and struggling for an education, and he swore never to let that happen to another kid. So for 30 year...s he's been teaching poor children under a tree in a park.
Al Jazeera's Hassan Ghani went for a lesson.

Read more about Master Ayub: aje.io/PakistanTeacher

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In our final story from Kibera we deal with the reality of human waste on the streets and the solutions local residents have developed to deal with it.

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Kibera's "flying toilets" sound fun. They're not.