Stories on slum dwellers in Bangladesh and romance and violence in Papua New Guinea.
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A paralympian in Iraq and France's espadrille industry. Presented by Pascale Harter.
The dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia lingers, plus the moral enforcers of Cairo.
Rebel troops sweep into Goma under the nose of a UN peacekeeping force.
Big challenges ahead for the new nation of South Sudan, plus saving the American Dream.
Stories from Gaza, France, Lebanon and Berlin. Presented by Pascale Harter.
It's a slow road to recovery in one suburb of New York after superstorm Sandy.
Stories from France and Lebanon. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Stories from Lebanon and Jordan. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Caroline Wyatt on what can be done to guard against insider threat in Afghanistan
Dubious rehabilitation for ex-convicts in Siberia; frugal living habits in Berlin.
Stories from Israel, Ukraine, Georgia and more. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Correspondents visit California's Vietnamese community and Africans living in Guangzhou.
Jonathan Fryer in Istanbul and Robin Banerji in Odessa reflect on language and history.
Rupert Wingfield Hayes sails into a disputed zone; Richard Hollingham drives a Mars rover.
What are the roots of violence between Muslim Rohingya and Buddhist locals in Burma?
Stories from Mali and Oman. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Pascale Harter introduces stories from Afghanistan, Mali, Libya, India, Russia and Mexico.
Stories from the United States and Mexico. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Stories from Greece and India. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Pascale Harter presents stories from Israel and France.
Foreign correspondents with stories from Libya and Nigeria. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Daniel Sandford's Moscow flat has a sad history; David Edmonds is impressed by Princeton.
Stories from China, Syria, Burma, Brazil and Germany. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Sidestepping impossible demands: why an Assad loyalist chose to flee Syria
Sakhr al Makhadhi in a restive camp of Syrian refugees; Rajan Datar in a bizarre cult HQ.
Andrew North hears of Afghans' anxiety about 2014; John Donnison meets Arafat's lookalike