The rise of Islamic extremism in Kosovo, one of Europe's most pro-American states
What does the Hot Dog tell us about Denmark?
Will a three-day ‘lock down’ be effective in the fight to contain Ebola in Sierra Leone?
Teaching heads of the household family planning and pre-natal care
The disturbing phenomenon of the mentally ill prisoners held in US jails and prisons
Santa Bárbara Bendita - the song that helps Spain's miners face the uncertain times ahead
How effective are drug rehabilitation centres run by Guatemala's Pentecostal churches?
The struggle to keep alive the game that is the heart of Ireland's identity
Carrie Gracie travels to China in search of a secretive cult and its terrified victims
A holiday in the newly annexed peninsula has become every Russian's patriotic duty
The dynamic women in Turkish Kurdistan who are defining the future
What do you do when a twisting funnel drops from the sky with winds of up to 500km/h?
How Obamacare is changing lives in Kentucky, even as opposition continues
What is it like to live with the threat of Boko Haram and the Nigerian military?
The dilemmas faced by charities trying to help people in areas run by militant groups
The median age in many Silicon Valley tech firms is 29. Is Silicon Valley ageist?
The families who depend on Mt Everest for their livelihoods
Why are some older South Korean women turning to prostitution?
Why is life expectancy in Scotland’s biggest city lower than other parts of the UK?
Are integrated schools the answer to Northern Ireland's divisions?
Meet Ukraine’s nationalist militiamen who are determined to secure a united country
The 40-year murder mystery that's become Iceland's most notorious miscarriage of justice
Are agrochemicals the cause of a health crisis across Argentina's GM farming belt?
Can the US Republican Party stop tearing itself apart and start to retake the country?
Following the men and women who are trying to light Lagos, street by street, bulb by bulb
Ed Butler reports on the casinos tempting thousands of Vietnamese to across the border
Can a unique friendship between two men end the killings in the Central African Republic?
Thousands of documents dumped in a lake provide proof of corruption, bribery and violence
How polio and other preventable diseases are threatening the lives of Syria's children
The journey taken by deportees as they go through the security fence, back home to Mexico