Kate Adie introduces BBC foreign correspondents with the stories behind the headlines.

Rupert Wingfield Hayes considers the story of Natalya Estemirova, the human rights worker in Chechnya who became a victim of the brutality she worked so fearlessly to document.

Lucy Williamson on why the people of Jakarta weren't surprised that their city this week came under attack from suicide bombers.

Chris Hogg examines the reaction in a Chinese village as news comes through of a recovery in the country's economic fortunes.

Guy Delauney on the Cambodian family unhappy that they're closing down the rubbish tip in the capital Phnom Penh.

And why was our man Steve Gibbs handed a letter for The Queen when he dodged the howler monkeys and parakeets on Nicaragua's Mosquito Coast?

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Kate Adie introduces her personal selection of outstanding correspondents' reports.

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