The Women and Children of Islamic State
A visit to a camp in northern Syria where women and children who were part of Islamic State group face an uncertain future.
Anna Foster visits a camp in northern Syria where women and children who were part of Islamic State group face an uncertain future.
The rape and murder of an eight-year old girl in Indian-administered Kashmir shocked India. Divya Arya went to speak to the nomadic Muslim community trying to come to terms with their loss.
The rate of destruction in the Amazon rainforest has increased by 60 percent in the last two months, and the impact of deforestation is being heavily felt by Brazil's indigenous people. David Shukman, the BBC's Science editor, went to visit the Uru-eu-wau-wau and learned how they are trying to balance their traditional way of life with the pace of change and development in the region.
A local village mayor in south-west France has launched a campaign for rural noises to be granted national heritage status. Chris Bockman visits the village of Gajac and discovers that the battle lines have been drawn between two very different groups of residents over the issue.
The Catalan independence movement has attracted international media to the region, and one journalist, Tim Smith, found himself on assignment in Barcelona for a prolonged stay. He discovered the internet can be a useful resource for forging new and eclectic friendship groups, and found himself immersed in everything from heated political debates to advanced cycling