Scandal rocks the Roman Catholic church in Chile
Chile's Child Sex Abuse Crisis
Afghanistan: A Moment of Peace
Reporting the ceasefire which brought Afghans from all sides together
Ethiopia and Eritrea: What Chance for Peace?
Can Ethiopia and Eritrea move on from Badme?
Nigeria: Herders and Farmers in Crisis
How did historical tensions between farmers and nomadic herders grow into a crisis?
Russia's Pension Protests
Russians are angry at plans to delay the state pension age
Pakistan’s Election Hotseat
Women bikers, cardboard cutouts and a yellow seat of power: BBC Urdu tests opinions.
Voices Across a Divide
Families split, and America divided: different views of the migrant debate
Poet, Painter, Lover: Kahlil Gibran
Celebrating Lebanon's best known poet
Under Fire in South Ossetia
A Georgian journalist remembers his first experience of conflict reporting
A fast-sinking city: what can be done about Jakarta?
Kerala: Reporting the Floods
Burst dams, landslides, rooftop rescues, and king pythons: stories from Kerala
Lost Stories From Uzbekistan
How a chance encounter brought BBC Uzbek's Ibrat Safo a great story
Pilgrimage 'sex tourism' in Iran
Why the holy city of Mashhad is embroiled in a debate about sex tourism
Pakistan's Ahmadiyya Problem
A controversial appointment that shed light on Pakistan's Amaddiyya community.
Reclaiming Mogadishu’s Sports Stadium
A short history of Somalia through a sports stadium
Don’t Tell Us What to Wear
Bras, mini-skirts, hijabs: the heated debate about what women should wear
Bolsonaro: The Man Dividing Brazil
Jair Bolsonaro: the controversial far-right candidate who may become president
Palu: Reporting The Earthquake
On the scene in Palu, Indonesia after the devastating earthquake and tsunami
Makoko: Stories of Hope
An upbeat view of Lagos's notorious floating slum
Meeting Myanmar's Raft Fishermen
An investigation into servitude and abuse on the fishing rafts of Myanmar
Reporting Nigeria's Elections
Behind the scenes with BBC Pidgin as campaigning hots up
Abiy-mania: Ethiopia Transformed
Peace with Eritrea, exiles returned, women in high office: half a year of PM Abiy Ahmed
Honey Hunting and Bees in Your Bonnet!
BBC India's adventurous reporters join the cliff-face wild honey harvesters of Nepal
Who Are Algeria's Harkis?
Meeting the Algerians who fought on the side of France in the Algerian independence war
A View From The Migrant Caravan
The story of a Honduran family travelling through Mexico in the migrant “caravan”
The Story of Mosul's Secret Tunnels
Hidden treasures and old exam papers in the tunnels under Mosul
Staying Alive in Bamenda, Cameroon
How your hair, your clothes, even your physique can get you killed
Can India Save the Taj Mahal?
Pollution, structural weakness and political apathy threaten India’s famous monument.
My Country in the News: 2018
Journalists digest the year’s serious and funny stories, with a nod to social media
In Search of Snow Leopards
A journey into the remote Altai mountains to look for one of the world's rarest animals
Iranian Tourists Seeking Traffickers
How Serbia became the gateway for Iranian migrants trying to enter the European Union
Embedded with US Troops in Iraq
Combat showers, army rations, and lessons in Iranian culture: BBC Persian in Iraq
The Academy That Made Bolsonaro
Insights into the military academy attended by nearly a third of Bolsonaro’s cabinet
Sudan: Bread, Doctors and Teargas
Protests on the streets, detentions and deaths, but will President Bashir stand down?
Imprisoned in ‘The Spiral’
Revealing the lives of Venezuelan prisoners in a shopping mall turned detention centre
Haile Selassie: a complex legacy
A new statue of Ethiopia’s last Emperor, but an old debate about his legacy
Guns and gold: Russia and CAR
BBC Russian investigates military links between Russia and the Central African Republic
What now for Syria's Kurds?
Can the Kurdish led Rojava revolution in northern Syria survive the end of the conflict?
Carnival: A history of Brazil in samba
Samba and Brazil’s forgotten heroes celebrated in the Rio Carnival
Killed for seeking justice
BBC Urdu’s Humaira Kanwal remembers Afzal Kohistani, and the Kohistan video case
A tale of two Somalias
Bomb craters and beaches: BBC Somali's Qalib Barud in Mogadishu
Helmand to Hull: An Afghan journey
Auliya Atrafi of BBC Afghan goes back to the city that took him in as an asylum seeker
The women who joined IS
Sold a dream, trapped in reality: what next for the IS wives?
An Egyptian take on Algeria's protests
Algeria's protests, and memories of Cairo’s Tahrir Square
What’s on trend around the world?
Food, sport and global beats: following fashions and passions
Reporting Sri Lankan bomb attacks
Flying home under the worst circumstances: reports and memories from Ayeshea Perera
Healing Iraq's mental wounds
Hope after trauma: healing the people traumatised by decades of violence
'Time for the guns to be silent'
Sudan re-imagined by a new generation. Mohanad Hashim meets protesters in Khartoum.
A Rohingya drama for Cox’s Bazar
Making a Rohingya radio drama when you don’t speak the language and neither do the cast
Orangutan, elephants, and dams
Animals under threat in Indonesia’s Leuser rainforest and the people trying to save them
What price scaling Everest?
Queues, casualties and a clean-up campaign on Nepal’s holy mountain
Yazidi mothers: an impossible choice
Enslaved by IS, and now free to go home, if they leave their children behind
Inside the Hong Kong protests
Bigger than the 2014 Umbrella protests, but what sparked the new Hong Kong protests?
Fit to report - welcome to BBC Nairobi
Meet Kenya’s language teams, and hear stories of camels, wigs, markets and tastes of home
Why Pakistan is not polio free
Can the powerful forces opposing Pakistan’s polio vaccination programme be overcome?
Where do ancient treasures belong?
The sale of Tutankhamun’s head reveals Egypt’s complex relationship with its heritage.
Love, war and friendship
Hope and love in spite of war, and a blood covered gun that began a friendship
My ancestors, the slave traders
How I discovered my forefathers traded not only in goods, but also in slaves
Join Anna for the light and shade of Gloucestershire. Real life, your life.
Audrey Eyton, Arthur Ryan, Jack Bond, Rip Torn
Matthew Bannister on a retailer, a diet creator, a cricketer and an actor
Clodagh and Emma - Thanks Dad
Two artists and activists talk light-heartedly about how much their art means to them.
Christopher and Connor - Forging Friendships
PhD students talk about how hard it can be to make friends and what defines friendship.
with Adrian Goldberg
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