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This investigative report reveals how Iran has "been able to launder billions" of dollars, with assistance from New York banks, to improve their nuclear weapons program. The U.S. has relied on "unenforceable sanctions" that have allowed Iran to easily bypass the measures in place. After their permission to film was "revoked," the investigative team posed as tourists to get the rest of the story.
A videotape smuggled out of the United Arab Emirates shows violent and graphic torture carried out by the brother of the "country's crown prince." A former business associate of the prince's brother released the tapes and revealed that he was tortured, too. The UAE government initially denied wrongdoing, but as word spread, eventually detained the member of the royal family. It is also suggested that the U.S. Embassy in the UAE ignored the issue.
Following the kidnapping and beheading of Paul Johnson, CNN investigates terrorist incidents in Saudi Arabia. By interviewing a number of different Saudis, from working class to the royal family, this investigation tells the story through the eyes of the people who live it. Despite language and security difficulties, the story looks at the changing world of the Saudis, Islam and how the royal family struggles to crack down on al Qaeda militants.