A poet is caught up in fighting in eastern Ukraine. Plus more of the week's news stories.
Cuba, Iraq, Gaza, Panama and Somalia - correspondents tell their stories.
The Thai worker who died in the conflict over Gaza, and other reporters' stories.
The new invaders of Rome and other correspondents' despatches.
Correspondents in Gaza and elsewhere tell their stories and examine news in their region.
Despatches including from Nashville: conflicts galore - but no-one's singing about them.
Gaza families try to cope amid fighting between the Israelis and Palestinian militants.
Meet the German football fans watching the World Cup in the middle of a forest.
Lamenting the loss of everyday freedoms in Baghdad and other reporters' stories.
Challenging visions from Iraq and other stories from the news.
Australia's tough immigration policy and other reporters' stories.
Sarajevo, a city divided over the man whose shots started WWI. And other despatches.
Should the West bear responsibility for today's violence in Iraq?
A British library on the Italian Riviera and other stories. Presented by Kate Adie.
Why Iraq presents the US with a massive dilemma, and other reporters' stories.
Reports from writers and journalists around the world. Presented by Kate Adie.
Globalisation comes to the oldest music shop in Mumbai and other stories.
The French civilians killed in WW2 allied bombing raids, and other correspondents' stories
Kate Adie presents stories from Nigeria, the United States, Russia, Thailand and Mexico.
Then and now: what remains of the youthful idealism attacked in Tiananmen Square in 1989?
The myths which have twined themselves around Odessa, and other reporters' stories.
Telling the whole story: Egypt's election and other correspondents' stories.
What's really happening? Correspondents tell all.
Stories from reporters around the world, colouring in the gaps between the headlines.
Beauty and horror side by side in South Sudan, and other reporters' stories.
Story-telling from around the world.
Agonising decisions for Syrians, and other stories from the US, Brazil, Qatar and France.
South Africans wonder whether they can still rely on mineral wealth for prosperity.
A plea to a king is answered, and other stories from around the world.
Journalists around the world examine news developments in their region.