Why is Paraguay facing an epidemic of schoolgirl pregnancies?
A young man disappears on a night out in Antwerp. Where did he go and how can he vanish?
James Fletcher travels to the disappearing coastal wetlands of Louisiana.
Lucy Ash meets the young people who burn their identity papers and head to Europe.
Will Grant takes a ride on Cuba's bumpy roads where change is in the air.
Celia Hatton explores how China is struggling to contain underground ketamine.
Gabriel Gatehouse aboard a rescue ship searching for migrants in the Mediterranean.
South African electricity powers half the continent, but can it keep its own lights on?
Peru's wildlife is under threat from illicit trafficking. Linda Pressly investigates.
A report on Georgia's schools and the radical priests who want to influence them.
In India, a wrestler in the family can mean a ticket out of poverty. Rupa Jha reports.
Does Portugal have a problem with police brutality and racism?
Why does Vladimir Putin fear a tiny drama company that operated from a Moscow basement?
How a cluster of tiny US cities are accused of fuelling community tensions.
The story of a Tanzanian safe house where girls find refuge from female genital mutilation
Gaza's only grand piano is lovingly restored as music offers hope to troubled children.
The cleaners who have raised their rubber gloves in defiance of Greek public sector cuts.
Why are cartoons depicting children in explicit sexual situations still legal in Japan?
Linda Pressly reports on plans to excavate for human remains at a huge dump in Medellin.
Crossing Continents follows Abdi Nor, one of the winners of the US green card lottery.
The Russian volunteers fighting in eastern Ukraine for their dreams of empires past.
A popular American football team is under pressure to change a name many say is racist.
In Yemen, tradition allows men to marry each other's sisters - but at what price?
Gabriel Gatehouse goes in search of Annie, an Ebola victim in Liberia.
In Pakistan's port city, Karachi, police are fighting a desperate war against the Taliban.
In one remote district in Ivory Coast, men are going back to school. Lucy Ash reports.
Becky Palmstrom investigates allegations of modern-day slavery on Thailand's fishing boats
As coal mining declines in Spain, can the miners save their culture and their communities?
How effective are the drug rehabilitation centres run by Guatemala's Pentecostal churches?
The struggle to keep alive the game that is the heart of Ireland's identity.