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The journalist determined to go on after losing colleagues in the Christchurch earthquake.
An American bounty hunter says why he's determined to give closure to grieving families.
"I have a dream", the man who helped Dr Martin Luther King write that famous speech.
The British undercover policeman who became confused about his own identity.
Extraordinary personal stories from around the world.
The Tibetan who set himself on fire in front of the Chinese Embassy in Delhi.
The Palestinian girl who was locked up for nine years by her father.
The mother and son who were photographed in the aftermath of protests in Yemen.
Plastic surgeon Mohammad Jawad on transforming the faces of acid victims
A former white supremacist from America on transforming his life and his body.
A campaigner's hopes for a better future for Libyan women.
The reality TV contestant who's now one of the first openly gay MPs in Brazil
Kimberley Motley, the only western lawyer practising in the Afghan court system.
The Syrian soldier who defected after being ordered to fire on protesters.
Two Pakistani women break the silence on domestic abuse.
The Egyptian woman who says she was subjected to a forced virginity test by the military.
The British banker extradited to the USA and imprisoned after the collapse of Enron.