Witnessing a gunfight in a Giza market; visiting a Florida village full of sex offenders
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What did Pope Francis bring to Brazil? And a new seaside Riviera, on show in Saranda.
In France, a degree course in computer hacking and an innovative underwear maker
Tales from a Cambodian circus, southwest Alaska, Polynesian sea ships and a Cape Town taxi
Mexico's migrants risking life and limb getting to the US and Popes Francis and John XXIII
Mines threaten salmon fishing in Alaska and Polynesian seafarers revive ancient skills
Innovative packaging for diarrhoea treatment in Zambia - and racial divisions in Cape Town
A father bereaved after clashes in Egypt and Singapore's competitive state school system
A circus in Phnom Penh and a Washington Nationals game in DC give lessons in character
The pick of recent stories from Vietnam, Ecuador, Calabria, France and Georgia
Bulgaria's hi-tech social activists and the cycling mania in Kenya sparked by Chris Froome
The politics of mining in Ecuador & the ill-gotten gains of a former Mexican police chief.
Sybil Ruscoe visits "the Olympic Games of British rural life: the agricultural show".
The tide of change in Rangoon and El Salvador's teenage mothers-to-be happy to be pregnant
The Calabrian mayor fighting local mafias - and why the wholefood quinoa is booming
Toughing it out in Portugal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lebanon and Christmas Island.
How the Jordanian public feels about Abu Qatada - and South Africa's struggle with Mandela
Tales of commerce, war - and proper business attire - from Ho Chi Minh City and Yerevan
News of war from a house in Damascus; concrete traces of the Cold War on Christmas Island
How young Portuguese are emigrating to work again; the test of singing in a Svaneti choir
Rising crime and violence in Kinshasa. And, the African big cats in Europe's circuses
Spanish unemployment; Qatar's conflicting loyalties; Sumatra's environment and Eurofan!
How local communities are coping with the aftermath of the blaze in Arizona
Why summer means fires in Sumatra; why Australians are so squeamish about eating kangaroo
Frank Gardner on Doha's talent for tactics; Stephen Smith handles some Russian treasures
Austerity bites hard in Andalucia, while Syrian ice cream licks the competition in Amman
The Libyan reconciliation that never was. And life in recession-hit Portugal.