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Guatemala: After the Fire
Did anyone listen to the warning signs given about Virgen de la Asuncion children's home?
MEPs have launched an investigation into 'Golden Passport' programmes across Europe.
Seaweed, Sex and Liberation
Lucy Ash meets farmers of Paje, looking at ways they fight to save their livelihood
Back Home from ISIS
How do you deradicalise and reintergrate former ISIS members who have returned to the UK?
The Mafia Under the Spotlight
The ‘Ndrangheta crime syndicate is thought to be the most powerful global Mafia syndicate
Kansas Teen Politics
With no lower age limit on running for Governor, Kansas teens are standing for the role.
The Life, Death and Life of Arkady Babchenko
The resurrection of a murdered Russian journalist and critic of the Kremlin in Kiev
Norway's Silent Scandal
Norway's child protection system under scrutiny once again after expert's conviction.
Euthanasia: Aurelia's Story
Aurelia Brouwers had mental illness and was allowed euthanasia in Holland at 29 years old
Not Making Babies in South Korea
Why does South Korea have the lowest fertility rate in the world?
'Gone to Foreign' from Jamaica
A life in limbo for two Britons. Not wanted in the UK and not wanted in Jamaica.
Uganda's Prison Farms
'He was using prisoners like oxen' - an ex-convict recalls life on a Ugandan prison farm.
Nevada’s Brothels Face the Axe
Nevada’s legal sex trade faces a campaign for reform
Chile - Sexual Abuse, Secrets and Lies
Sex abuse allegations implicating priests threaten to capsize the Chilean Catholic Church
Simon Cox investigates a new far right youth organisation in Europe, Generation Identity.
Macedonia: What’s in a Name?
The name Macedonia is disputed by both Greece and the Republic of Macedonia
Don't Shoot, I'm Disabled
Over a hundred people with disabilities have been killed by the police in the US in 2018
Paralympics – Gaming the System?
Do some athletes exaggerate or even fake a disability in order to win Paralympic medals?
Singing for Survival in Cucuta
Down but not out in a Colombian border town, four Venezuelans pin their hopes on music.
Serbia’s Femicide Crisis
Violence against women is a persistent problem in Serbia. Nicola Kelly reports.
West Africa’s Fish Famine
An important fish that millions depend on is being turned into animal feed for export.
Saudi's Crown Prince in the spotlight
Mohammed bin Salman is under intense scrutiny following the killing of Jamal Khashoggi
Modern Slavery Survivors
The stories of men trafficked into forced labour in the UK
Nigeria's Patient 'Prisoners'
Nigerian patients held in hospital because they cannot pay their medical bills
A Stark Choice for Cambodia's Surrogates
Locked up for renting out their wombs, mothers in Cambodia must make an agonising choice.
Inside Burundi’s Killing Machine
An investigation into repression in Burundi, one of Africa's most secretive countries.
China's Hidden Camps
The BBC gains rare access to a region of China where Muslims are being held without trial
DNA, Me and the Family Tree
How home DNA testing kits are revealing more than some people bargained for.
Armenia: Return to a Town that Died
Two British firefighters revisit the scene of Armenia's devastating earthquake in 1988.
The Brazilian Footballer Who Never Was
How one boy’s dream was cut short by the beautiful game’s ugly prejudice in Brazil.
Balkan Border Wars - Serbia and Kosovo
Old enemies Serbia and Kosovo discuss what for some is unthinkable - an ethnic land swap
France, Algeria and the Battle for Truth
A widow’s 60 year campaign for the truth about her husband’s death in the Algerian War
Closing Uganda’s Orphanage
Hundreds of illegal orphanages in Uganda, many funded by UK charities, face closure.
Japan's Elderly Crime Wave
Elderly pensioners in Japan commit petty crimes so that they can be sent to prison
Students die every year on US college campuses because of dangerous “hazing” rituals
Can we fix it? The inside story of match fixing in tennis
The inside story of how players and betting gangs are fixing matches in tennis
Malawi: Life after death row
A ground-breaking re-sentencing project has changed the fates of more than 100 inmates
Empty Spain and the Caravans of Love
How does a lonely, Spanish shepherd find love when single women have left for the city?
The Church of Denmark abuse scandal
How a Church of Denmark priest sexually abused children for a decade without detection
Abandoned in the Amazon
The dangers of flying in the great wilderness of the Brazilian rainforest
The crypto factor: the winners and losers in virtual investment
Cryptocurrencies have been around for 10 years, so why are many still dogged by scandal?
Unrest in Ukraine’s little Hungary
Tensions are rising on Ukraine's western border with Hungary
Nepal fights foreign paedophiles
Hunting western paedophiles is a priority for a new police unit in Nepal
Poland's partisan ghosts
For some in Poland the Cursed Soldiers are national heroes; for others they are murderers
Restoring Brazil's National Treasure
Can the treasures lost when Brazil's National Museum burnt down be salvaged or replaced?
Bangladesh versus Yaba
Thousands of Bangladeshi addicts are hooked on Yaba, a methamphetamine and caffeine mix
The British gangs making big money smuggling migrants across the English Channel
Guyana - bracing for the oil boom
South America’s second poorest nation is about to get very rich
Bolivia’s Mennonites, Justice and Renewal
In 2009, Mennonite women in a far-flung Bolivian colony reported mass rape.
The undercover migrant
A young man from rural Ghana goes undercover on the migrant trail recording his journey
Sudan’s white-coated uprising
The role Sudan’s doctors played in defying its ruler Omar al-Bashir
Turkey’s Political Football
How has rivalry on the football field reflected the political divisions in Turkey?
Morocco’s Hash Trail to Europe
Growers, smugglers and the police who’d stop them
Dying from Mistrust in Ukraine
How mistrust of vaccine has brought a forgotten disease back to Europe
Marseille: France’s crumbling city
As its city centre falls apart, Marseille is facing a crisis
Denmark's migrant ghettos
Denmark's immigration policy is among the most controversial in western Europe
Germany’s climate change frontline
A German forest is disappearing; devoured by a coalmine. Can the trees be saved?
The harrowing story of rape, murder and violence on a Kenyan tea plantation
The spy in your pocket
How sophisticated spy-ware can be used to track our everyday activities. Who is watching?
America's hospital emergency
A small town goes on life-support after its lone hospital closes
Genoa's broken bridge
An icon of Italian design; a centrepiece of a community; a tragedy waiting to happen?
Barbuda: Storms, recovery and ‘land grabs’
Who will shape the future of the hurricane-hit, tropical isle of Barbuda?
Romania's killer roads
Can one man's campaign for motorways in Romania make a difference and save lives?
Lethal Force in Rio’s Favelas
Brazil’s party capital, Rio de Janeiro, is witnessing a killing spree.
Marawi: The story of the Philippines’ Lost City
The Philippine city that was besieged by Islamic State supporters
Colombia’s kamikaze cyclists
Precipitous mountain roads, specially-modified bikes, and deadly consequences.
The bitter song of the hazelnut
Long hours, little pay, for the workers who pick Turkey's hazelnuts.