Eight years after 9/11, the Taliban remains a formidable enemy, maintaining a shadow government that straddles Afghanistan and Pakistan in an area dubbed "Talibanistan." National Geographic takes you inside the forbidden zone to provide first-person coverage of the fight on the ground and in the skies above this vast, rugged region and the challenges NATO and Pakistani forces face.
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NOTE: The NG DVD-R titles are not closed-captioned. We apologize for any inconvenience this limitation may cause.
Returning for a fourth season, National Geographic Channel’s
series Drugs Inc. opens viewers eyes with a 360 degrees approach to the drug trade. With intimate firsthand, street-level testimonies from those at the front lines and back alleys of the drug ...
National Geographic's critically acclaimed series Locked Up Abroad,
takes viewers inside firsthand accounts of capture, imprisonment and pure terror. Combining revealing personal interviews with dramatic re-enactments, each episode focuses on one extraordinary situation, recounting the brutality, the bravery and, ...
Despite the fact that cultivation of cannabis remains
a federal offense, a new generation of "ganja-preneurs" hopes to cash in on the growing market for medical marijuana. In California, the Green Rush is in full bloom as growers, dispensaries, hydroponic ...