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Linda Pressly joins migrants on their perilous journey north through Guatemala and Mexico.
Shanghai-based journalist Duncan Hewitt finds out how microblogging is changing China.
Martin Plaut investigates alleged shortcomings at gold mines in South Africa.
Retracing the route of Antarctic explorer Frank Wild, Shackleton's second-in-command.
Lucy Ash asks if a billionaire's roubles can help to end Dagestan's bloody insurgency.
Martin Plaut investigates Zimbabwe's agriculture ten years after the farm invasions.
Why have two Louisiana prison inmates been held in solitary confinement for 40 years?
Natalia Antelava uncovers evidence of the involuntary sterilisation of women in Uzbekistan
Mobeen Azhar finds out how a charity is helping heroin addicts in Karachi.
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