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Mar 15, 2022 12 tweets 6 min read
The Syrian conflict began as a civil uprising during the Arab Spring. As it marks 11 years of devastation, explore FRONTLINE’s past reporting on the origins of the conflict and its evolution. In October 2011, @ramitanavai filed an undercover report from inside Syria about secret hospitals Syrian activists set up in order to avoid the government’s crackdown on wounded activists. 🎧 Image
Mar 1, 2022 19 tweets 13 min read
One of the questions raised by Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine: What led him to this point? Some answers can be found in his past. It’s something we examined in our 2017 film “Putin’s Revenge.” 🧵 (1/18) When Putin first entered politics, few suspected he would be who he is today. @mashagessen told us, “Then everybody projected onto him whatever they wanted to ... this idea that he was going to be a democrat and an economic reformer.” (2/18)

Feb 14, 2022 75 tweets 54 min read
FRONTLINE and our partners spent more than two years investigating thousands of documents and dozens of first-hand interviews to tell the stories of lives cut short.

The result is #Unresolved. Image #Unresolved makes available to the public for the first time a comprehensive interactive list of all those whose cases were re-examined by the Department of Justice through the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Act.
Aug 20, 2020 4 tweets 2 min read
Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has been arrested on charges of defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors in connection to a fundraising campaign known as "We Build the Wall." [via @AP/ @NewsHour] During our reporting for 2019's "Zero Tolerance," @costareports told us "The wall, for Bannon, for Trump, for Miller, was critical early on. They needed to get something to show their voters, their core voters, that they were making progress..." READ:
Jan 8, 2020 18 tweets 24 min read
El Paso has been called the Ellis Island of the Southwest. In recent years, the border city has become a testing ground for some of President Trump’s most controversial immigration policies — and the target of a white supremacist attack. #frontlinePBS NEW: Here are five key insights into how El Paso has become a central battleground in America’s bitter divide over immigration policy, from @marcellular and @Martin28Smith‘s new #frontlinePBS documentary, “Targeting El Paso." ➡️
Sep 11, 2019 9 tweets 3 min read
For two years, a FRONTLINE team in Flint has been working to uncover the true toll of the city’s water crisis. Here are eight key takeaways from the investigation into "Flint's Deadly Water," via @PTaddonio. 1. Approximately 70 deaths during Flint’s water crisis may have gone uncounted.
Nov 12, 2018 6 tweets 3 min read
On Nov. 20, @frontlinePBS and @ProPublica go inside a violent neo-Nazi group called Atomwaffen Division that has actively recruited inside the U.S. military.

Watch the trailer now: We first encountered Atomwaffen in our reporting for “Documenting Hate: Charlottesville.”
Nov 2, 2018 10 tweets 6 min read
A new textbook refuting global warming is set for release – just as a series of guides on teaching the human causes of climate change are poised to be published. Inside the political fight over climate change in classrooms, via @frontlinePBS & @groundtruth… These dueling education campaigns are the latest sign that children’s understanding of climate change is seen as up for grabs – a fight @frontlinePBS and @GroundTruth Project have been reporting on over the past year.