Series focusing on foreign affairs issues
Bucharest’s crumbling buildings are full of life despite the frequent earth tremors.
Thu 14 Jan 2021
The migrant shipwreck that rose again...
Thu 7 Jan 2021
How seven ruthless brothers held a small Libyan town in their murderous grip.
Thu 31 Dec 2020
How one young man went missing after Nigerian troops opened fire at a protest
Christmas Eve 2020
The Mapuche battle to get respect for their approach to healthcare in southern Chile.
Thu 17 Dec 2020
A precarious peace hangs in the balance Sudan's troubled region of Darfur.
Thu 10 Dec 2020
The young Syrians who found themselves fighting in the war in Nagorno Karabakh.
Thu 3 Dec 2020
Who are the balaclava clad officers keeping President Lukashenko in power?
Thu 26 Nov 2020
18 fishermen from Sicily are in jail in Benghazi accused of fishing in Libya's waters.
Thu 19 Nov 2020
The historic link between slavery and the toxic contamination of a Caribbean island.
Thu 17 Sep 2020
The row over sexuality that threatens to unleash a culture war in Poland.
Thu 10 Sep 2020
Must the Netherlands' world-beating cows be sacrificed to save the country's environment?
Thu 3 Sep 2020
The price of going ‘dry’ during the pandemic.
Thu 27 Aug 2020
A death-defying migrant's story...
Thu 20 Aug 2020
Spain’s King Juan Carlos – a story of entitlement and dynasty…
Thu 13 Aug 2020
Mike Lanchin follows the story of Rita Baque, searching for the body of her late husband.
Thu 6 Aug 2020
A tale of two plagues in the Algerian city of Oran - one fictional and the other COVID 19.
Thu 30 Jul 2020
A failed coup in Venezuela - a story of hubris, incompetence and treachery…
Thu 23 Jul 2020
How Syria's secret photographer worked and survived under every force in the conflict.
Thu 14 May 2020
How Bulgarian parents came to fear their children would be kidnapped by social workers.
Thu 7 May 2020
Are lithium-powered electric vehicles as ‘green’ as we think they are?
Thu 30 Apr 2020
Why did so many people die in just one elderly care home in Madrid?
Thu 23 Apr 2020
Ireland's young cannot put a roof over their heads.
Thu 16 Apr 2020
Students and teachers in Chile demand an end to inequality in education.
Thu 9 Apr 2020
California's homeless take a ride on the 'Motel 22' - a bus route that provides shelter.
Thu 2 Apr 2020
A mystery killing has shocked Romania as the fight over its ancient forests turns deadly
Thu 26 Mar 2020
Saying no to dating is part of a growing ultraconservative social movement in Indonesia.
Thu 16 Jan 2020
Psychedelic plants, the spiritual tourism backlash - and sexual abuse.
Thu 9 Jan 2020
'We lived with wolves' says 90 year old Galina - a witness to life before Chernobyl.
Thu 2 Jan 2020
A bitter homecoming for three young West Africans who tried to get to Europe - and failed
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