The Syrian state news presenter who turned her back on the government.
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Syrian activist Rami Nakhla was persecuted by the secret police and forced into exile.
Extraordinary personal stories from around the world.
The game warden fighting a war against elephant poachers in the DRC.
The Italian mafioso who found redemption through acting.
Che Guevara's daughter remembers her father.
The Dutch woman who was conned into taking a bomb on board a plane to Bethlehem.
The British man wrongly accused of a massacre in the Central African Republic.
Just out of prison: an alleged Chechen terrorist proclaims her innocence.
Mary Robinson, the first female President of Ireland.
The former Catholic priest who tried to negotiate peace with Joseph Kony.
Marlon Shirley, the first man to become "the world's fastest amputee".
The fractured childhood of a boy born to an English mother and Pakistani father.
The Swedish cartoonist threatened with death for caricaturing Prophet Muhammed.
A former British Army officer on training members of the Afghan National Army.
The trucker who delivers supplies from Pakistan to Nato troops in Afghanistan.
Outlook celebrates the start of the Paralympic Games live from London, the host city.