Suicide bombers in Pakistan have claimed thousands of lives in recent years. Many of the attacks are carried out by young boys who have been told that suicide bombing is a direct route to heaven. Now a special school has been set up in the country to rehabilitate children who have been trained as militants, and reintegrate them back into their communities. Matthew Bannister spoke with one of the pyschologists who works there.

When Jessica met Tony in 1992, she instantly knew he was the man she would marry. But life for a mixed race couple was not easy in apartheid South Africa - we hear their story in part four of our series marking the 25th anniversary of the lifting of the ban of mixed race marriages in the country.

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Fifty Women Who Made It Happen

Malala Yousafzai, Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Commemorate International Women's Day 2015 with stories from across the world

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