Series focusing on foreign affairs issues
Old enemies Serbia and Kosovo discuss what for some is unthinkable - an ethnic land swap.
Thu 3 Jan 2019
How one boy’s dream was cut short by the beautiful game’s ugly prejudice in Brazil.
Thu 27 Dec 2018
Two British firefighters revisit the scene of Armenia's devastating earthquake in 1988.
Thu 20 Dec 2018
How home DNA testing kits are revealing more than some people bargained for.
Thu 13 Dec 2018
The BBC gains rare access to a region of China where Muslims are being held without trial.
Thu 6 Dec 2018
An investigation into repression in Burundi, one of Africa's most secretive countries.
Thu 29 Nov 2018
Locked up for renting out their wombs, mothers in Cambodia must make an agonising choice.
Thu 22 Nov 2018
Nigerian patients held in hospital because they can’t pay their medical bills.
Thu 20 Sep 2018
Simon Cox investigates a new far right youth organisation in Europe, Generation Identity.
Thu 13 Sep 2018
The dark secrets of Chile's Catholic Church.
Thu 6 Sep 2018
Nevada's legal sex trade faces a campaign for reform.
Thu 30 Aug 2018
'He was using prisoners like oxen' - an ex-convict recalls life on a Ugandan prison farm.
Thu 23 Aug 2018
A life in limbo for two Britons. Not wanted in the UK and not wanted in Jamaica.
Thu 16 Aug 2018
The crop that has put women on top in Zanzibar.
Thu 9 Aug 2018
Aurelia Brouwers had mental illness - when she died from euthanasia in Holland she was 29.
Thu 2 Aug 2018
Norway's child protection system under scrutiny once again after expert's conviction.
Thu 26 Jul 2018
Why does South Korea have the lowest fertility rate in the world?
Thu 17 May 2018
Has Israel become less welcoming to African Jews?
Thu 10 May 2018
How a small rural school could help China achieve its World Cup dream.
Thu 3 May 2018
How a Soviet era business model is still working in Minsk - and exporting worldwide.
Thu 26 Apr 2018
The rise and fall of one of Brazil's top companies - built on a policy of bribery.
Thu 19 Apr 2018
How hundreds of Russian jihadi brides and their children vanished in Iraq.
Thu 12 Apr 2018
One woman's mission to reunite families amid the rubble of Mosul.
Thu 5 Apr 2018
How is the city of Athens finding homes for the thousands of refugees who live there?
Thu 29 Mar 2018
Why is troubled Catalonia now opening up civil war mass graves?
Thu 18 Jan 2018
An investigation into the mystery illness affecting child migrants in Sweden.
Thu 11 Jan 2018
How one bakery is bringing a hope of normality to war-torn east Ukraine.
Thu 4 Jan 2018
How black Brazilians are asserting their rights thanks to a controversial education law.
Thu 28 Dec 2017
A journey up the 'suicidal' Pilcomayo river that separates Paraguay from Argentina.
Thu 21 Dec 2017
Ed Butler explores an unusual new industry that has taken hold in some of China's cities.
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