What Ukraine's Russians fear from Maidan; Mexico captures its most wanted drug lord
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Interviewing a convicted murderer; A student's journey from Kandahar to Canada.
Two sides of the Syrian prison system; the urban hyenas of Addis Ababa.
The other Saddam Husseins of Iraq; Image consciousness in Kazakhstan
Hezbollah's heartland in Beirut; journalists in Gaza with more to discuss than politics
Reports from the Central African Republic, Zimbabwe, Djibouti and Madagascar
Looking back on 34 years in power as Robert Mugabe turns 90.
Sectarian tensions rising in Bangui; Sino-Japanese attitudes to past conflict
UK floods threaten homes, and attitudes towards bodily functions in Malaysia
Protesters in Sarajevo; on the set of a Bollywood blockbuster
Looking for signs of recovery in Maryland; Zanzibar's answer to soviet-era social housing
From Sri Lanka, to Northern Ireland and war-torn Syria how has violence shaped societies?
The familial safety net in recession-hit Barcelona; and is anything still made in the US?
School shooting drills in New York; a penitent poacher in Kenya
Death of Sri Lanka journalist Mel Gunasekera; how different is Confucianism from Judaism?
How much has really changed in Northern Ireland since the Good Friday Agreement?
Faltering popularity for the Spanish Royal Family; Robot hoovers in Denmark.
From slavery in the Thai fishing industry to a camel beauty contest in Abu Dhabi
Good cheekbones are key to winning a camel beauty contest
An Egyptian train journey with supporters of Abdel Fatah al-Sissi; Belize's 'royal rat'
When is a drone not a drone? And, face-to-face with an Afghan warlord
Progress report on the Syria peace talks; car horn culture in the Indian capital
Taking pride in work in recession-hit Athens; A modern-day Romeo and Juliet in Damascus
Change in Africa, from pioneering agriculture to new sources of income, or armed conflict