A look at the destruction of southern Iraq's great marshes, overseen by Saddam Hussein.
The truce in 1992 between the two main black street gangs in Los Angeles.
Helen Thiesen recalls being taken from her family in Greenland and sent to live in Denmark
In 1975 US troops airlifted hundreds of people out of Saigon as the Vietnam War ended.
In 1960, the leading Nazi Adolf Eichmann was abducted in Argentina and smuggled to Israel.
In 1980, the Guyanese opposition leader Dr Walter Rodney was killed in a bomb explosion.
The acclaimed American author recalls his time as a US fighter pilot during the Korean War
How Australia battled a plague of rabbits which was destroying its agricultural economy.
Two witnesses give their account of the shooting of the archbishop of El Salvador.
Rob Walker reports on an attempt to free hostages from the US embassy in Iran in 1980.