I covered South Africa, which, for me, is one of the greatest nations on earth!
In Namibia I investigated roots of German nazism: the first holocaust Germans committed in Southwest Africa, against Herero tribe, at the very beginning of the 20th century
India: I wrote in-depth report about India, questioning whether the turbo-capitalist and feudal India belongs to BRICS (8) I also witnessed great beauty and culture.
On Thai/Khmer border I wrote about great temple Preah Vihear, and about the military frontline.
In Cambodia I wrote about Khmer Rouge and how the West triggered events called Killing Fields.
I witnessed one of the wonders of the world - migration of animals between Masai Mara in Kenya, and Seringetti, Tanzania.
In Ivory Coast I was tracing the trade of new Ukrainian President, nicknamed 'Chocolate King'... Ivory Coast is one of the toughest places on earth.
In Surabaya, Indonesia, I got poisoned and almost died.
I covered Syrian camps in Jordan and how the West trains their the anti-government fighters. I also went to the Dead Sea.
I launched my book "Indonesia - Archipelago of Fear" in Bahasa Indonesia [published by Badak Merah] and visited my friend, great Marxist painter Djokopekik.