Surviving the Lords Resistance Army
Reporter Candida Beveridge meets some of the girls who've been rejected by their families after being abducted and abused by the Lords Resistance Army in Uganda.
Following a United Nations report which says that the poppy fields of Afghanistan produce more than ninety per cent of the world's opium, we examine what life is like for heroin addicts living in Afghanistan. An addict from the north of the country tells us his story and a recovering addict from Zanzibar gives his advice.
US Army Families
The BBC's Balkans correspondent Mark Lowen meets the US soldiers who are serving together as families in Kosovo - with a father and son, a father and daughter and a mother and son all serving in the same unit.