Anti-Slavery International Organization Camel Racing

For its 2004 undercover expose on the enslavement of trafficked children as camel racing jockeys, HBO's Real Sports had the first sports story to win the duPont-Columbia University Award, which is "considered the broadcast equivalent of the Pulitzer Prizes."

Some of the jockeys who were forced to compete in the United Arab Emirates were as young as 3. Abuse and kidnapping were part of the process -- until Real Sports revealed it.

Now Real Sports has returned to the UAE to see what has changed since its report, and that segment is part of the show's latest edition, which premieres 10 p.m. ET/PT Tuesday. Here's a preview:

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