Investigations and journeys into the heart of global events from BBC correspondents.
Will the aid money pouring in to Nepal after the earthquakes end up in the right place?
Is Somalia turning the tide against the extremists of al-Shabab?
Around 400 species of fauna and flora is under threat from illicit trafficking in Peru
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
Does Portugal have a problem with police brutality and racism?
Why does Vladimir Putin fear a tiny drama company which operated from a Moscow basement?
Why are so many of Canada's Aboriginal women and girls being murdered?
The story of a Tanzanian safe house – a place where girls find refuge from FGM
Gaza's only grand piano is lovingly restored as music offers hope to troubled children
Safa al-Ahmad on her trip reporting the takeover of Yemen capital Sanaa by Houthi rebels
Eritrea reaches its Millienium Goal targets in child mortatlity, maternal health and HIV
Are groups such as Islamic State profiting from the global trade in illicit antiquities?
How a cluster of tiny US cities are accused of fuelling community tensions
Asylum seekers aiming for Australia are being banished to camps in Papua New Guinea.
Gabriel Gatehouse investigates who really did the shooting in Maidan square a year ago
Thousands of people have been arrested but is there justice in Egypt?
Do France’s Muslims feel there's a place for them in a strongly secular French Republic?
Pegida is Germany's anti-Islamisation movement and it is growing
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?
In Medellin, they plan to excavate for human remains at one of the city's rubbish tips
Assignment 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
Human rights violations uncovered in Guatemala’s hospital for the mentally ill
The devastating impact of Ebola on the people in Monrovia, the Liberian capital
In Pakistan’s port city Karachi, police are fighting a desperate war against the Taliban
Islam Karimov Jr, the Uzbek president’s grandson on the feud that's torn his family apart