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Surviving Ebola in Guinea; violinist Nicola Benedetti; Doctor burying the typhoon dead
The former child soldier from Rwanda adopted by Emma Thompson
Saa Sabas from Guinea who survived the Ebola virus
Dr Christiana Thorpe has just stepped down as head of the National Electoral Commission.
Michal Rotem, the Israeli woman who translates the names of the Gaza dead into Hebrew.
Child trafficking in Honduras; ploughing portraits on fields; my Jewish-Palestinian family
Eric Brocklebank has had three close encounters with lightning
The Honduran police unit tackling child trafficking across the border
What is it like to grow up as the child of a serial killer?
The 'Amerasian' woman and her US soldier dad who have been reunited online
My new face; dancing lambada around the world; and a passion for poisonous frogs
The Iraqi priest staying with his Christian flock despite threats from Islamist militants
S Chelvan - 'a mouthpiece for those who have no voice'
Carmen Blandin Tarleton on living with a face transplant after a horrific attack
The US soldier and his wife who lived among Afghan villagers
Surviving Iranian death sentence, Arctic shipwreck, and an inferno. Plus a little comedy
The man who faced execution in an Iranian prison accused of helping his brother spy
How an Eritrean refugee posed as husband to 15 different women to help them give birth
Matt Lewis lost seventeen fellow crew members when his ship went down in Antarctic waters
The father fighting for justice for his daughter's murder
Hear my voice: Eritrean hostages, Indian streetchildren and Lance Armstrong whistleblower
Meron Estefanos broadcasts the stories of Eritreans being held for ransom in torture camps
The American doctor treating victims of Guinea's deadliest Ebola Outbreak
Emma O'Reilly on blowing the whistle on Lance Armstrong and cycling's doping culture
Berivan Kilic escaped a violent marriage, went back to school and then took to politics
True life stories
My terrorist step-brother, Mandela's closest assistant, and a sentimental taxi journey.
Carey McWilliams hunts, is licensed to carry a concealed weapon and is totally blind
Robb Leech's stepbrother went from being a white middle-class boy to an extreme Islamist
With locked in syndrome, Richard Marsh heard doctors asking to turn off his life support