Panama's idyllic islands are threatened by a rising sea, but one community has a plan.
How do you make a new home in the African bush with a machete, rope and plastic?
What's it like to live in the country with the fastest-shrinking population in the world?
A young Somali refugee tries to live the American dream.
Sevastopol - home to Russia's Black Sea fleet and source of international tensions.
Tim Whewell travels to remote Abkhazia where the price of statehood is deep isolation.
Inside Romania's live web-camming world - the engine of the online sex industry.
In besieged East Aleppo, a terrified mother of three makes one last desperate phone call.
Pakistan's Hijra, or third gender, community shun a new emerging transgender identity.
Lucy Ash asks how a ruthless street gang is affecting the immigration debate in the US.
Religiously and politically potent, Sri Lankan elephants are killing more and more humans.
Some Indonesians live alongside dead family members for years.
Men in the Faroe Islands are having to look far beyond their shores for marriage.
In a revolutionary first, one of Cuba's cancer treatments gets a US drug trial.
In Kenya home-grown activists are helping intersex people come out into the open.
The hidden lives of the thousands of people who live on industrial sites in Hong Kong.
A Brazilian novel about street children written 80 years ago still resonates today.
Lucy Ash meets the young Russians taking death-defying photos to gain internet fame.
One night of terror at Dhaka's Holey Artisan Bakery in July 2016.
Women in Poland are angry with their government and with the Catholic church.
The story of Cheran, a Mexican town that rose up against organised crime.
James Fletcher asks if art and activism can bring about change in Malaysia.
Jill McGivering reports on the rising tide of Hindu extremism in India.
Black sporting talent is still struggling to break through into South Africa's top teams.
Investigating Albania's 'green gold'.
Kirsan Ilyumzhinov - master or pawn in the great game of chess?
Public employee one day, enemy of the state the next. The post-coup reality in Turkey.
The people who are trying to stop the relentless road deaths in India's biggest city.
David Baker meets Israel's new breed of high-tech Haredim.
Heroin, opiates, and suburban Ohio.