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Title Dateline: Justice In Exile/Collateral Damage?/Manhunt!
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2010
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Summary JUSTICE IN EXILEMeet the Iranian lawyer, forced into exile after defending a woman sentenced to death by stoning. The most high-profile asylum seeker in the world right now has to be Mohammad Mostafaei, the Iranian lawyer who spoke out against Tehran's plans to stone an allegedly adulterous woman to death.But as he fought for Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani's life, he found himself forced to flee his beloved Iran and President Ahmadinejad's regime in an effort to save himself and his young family. Now exiled in Norway, he speaks to video journalist Yalda Hakim about saving scores of people from execution in Iran, his journey of survival and his plans to continue fighting for the rights of Iranian women and children.COLLATERAL DAMAGE?In March this year, Dateline screened Questions From Oruzgan, a confronting report into the deaths of six Afghans, five of them children, at the hands of Australian special forces soldiers.This week, a former Australian soldier was charged with manslaughter. Two others face lesser charges, including failure to follow orders and dangerous conduct. They're the first charges of their kind in Defence's history.Sunday's Dateline will revisit Sophie McNeill and Geoff Parish's 12 month investigation, which provided the Australian Defence Force with first-hand accounts from surviving members of the family.MANHUNT!In his 20-year reign of terror in central Africa, Joseph Kony has kidnapped 10,000 children, forcing them to become child soldiers or sex slaves, and killed thousands more people, yet so far he's evaded capture.He says he wants to run Uganda according to his brand of mystical Christianity, but instead is on every list of most wanted terrorists, and was the first person to be indicted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court. Having been granted rare access to Uganda's Army as it hunts for Kony, Aaron Lewis treks deep into the treacherous central African jungle, with the LRA leader only two days march ahead, and finds some of those maimed and abused by Kony and his constantly-moving army. But are the authorities any closer to catching one of the world's most wanted? International current affairs hosted by George Negus. (An SBS Production) CC WS
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-10-03 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Australia. Australian Defence Force.
Exiles -- Political activity.
Kidnapping victims.
Kony, Joseph.
Trials (Adultery)
Africa, Central.
Form Streaming video
Author Aba, Mary, contributor
Egenes, John Peder, contributor
Elwelu, Peter, contributor
Evans, Mark, contributor
Hakim, Yalda, reporter
Houston, Angus, contributor
Joseph, Omony, contributor
Khan, Zahir, contributor
Lanyon, Hellen, contributor
Lewis, Aaron, reporter
Makasi, Patrick Opiyo, contributor
Mcneill, Sophie, reporter
Mostafaei, Mohammed, contributor
Negus, George, host
Ogwang, Martin, contributor