Forest fires in far-flung Siberia, but is Russia also burning socially and politically? Our correspondent drives deep into the Siberian taiga to watch the fire fighters at work.
Fires are blazing in the far reaches of Siberia - an area the size of Belgium is on fire. Steve Rosenberg goes to have a look, a seventeen hour drive through forests of birch and cedar. But is Russia also burning socially and politically?
The Italian island of Lampedusa - halfway between Tunisia and Malta - has long been at the centre of the "migrant crisis"; a welcome haven for the occupants of leaky boats. Dr Pietro Bartolo has been working with migrants for many years but now, as Emma Jane Kirby reports, he's adopted a different approach.
The announcement from Delhi this week that Kashmir was losing its autonomous status took the world by surprise. The region has since been on lockdown, the residents left with few means of communication with the outside world. Rahul Tandon talks to young Kashmiris in Delhi, who oppose the new policy, and to those who support the government's move.
Sex is often a delicate subject. Norms are often very different from place to place – and the penalties for living outside the norm can be serious. Shereen El Feki has
been working with a team from BBC Arabic to survey and interview people across the Middle East about their attitudes and their desires.
A group of child orphans who survived the Nazi concentration camps and were resettled in Britain became known as The Boys, even though there were girls among them. They formed new communities in the UK and thrived. Hannah Gelbart, the grand daughter of one of them, reports on a special reunion in Prague.