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Argentina’s ‘white gold’ rush
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Being black in Italy
Meet the black Italians fighting to claim their place in a nation that’s still very white
The Zogos of Liberia
Inside the lives of Liberia’s forgotten child soldiers
Albania’s Iranian guests
Who are the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), Albania’s Iranian guests?
Sierra Leone: The price of going home
What happens to migrants who give up trying to reach Europe – and go home as failures?
Russian women fight back
Domestic violence is endemic and often deadly in Russia but some women are fighting back
The man who laughed at al-Qaeda
Remembering Raed Fares the Radio Fresh FM founder who fought hatred with humour in Syria.
Sri Lanka: The new climate of fear
Muslims in Sri Lanka are deciding whether to stay or leave amidst a new climate of fear
A fight for light in Lebanon
How a corrupt system condemns Lebanese to the misery of constant power-cuts
County lines: Girl drug runners in the UK
The story of girls trapped in the violent world of cross-country drugs gangs in the UK
Iceland: The great thaw
Iceland's glaciers are melting and scientists predict they could all be gone in 200 years
Disappeared in Thailand
A grisly discovery in a murder investigation in Thailand may lead to significant change.
Belarus: The wild world of Chernobyl
'We lived with wolves' says 90-year-old Galina - a witness to life before Chernobyl
Ayahuasca: Fear and healing in the Amazon
Psychedelic plants, the spiritual tourism backlash - and sexual abuse
Finland's race to go carbon neutral
The Finnish fisherman who believes he has a solution to climate change
Colombia’s new cocaine war
Michael Buchanan gets rare access to Colombia’s cocaine producers and smugglers
Panic in Bulgaria
“They’re coming for our children”: How fear of social workers has gripped Bulgaria
El Salvador: The story of Karla Turcios
A woman is murdered in El Salvador every three days. Karla Turcios was one of them
Riding the Motel 22: Homeless in California
California’s homeless take a ride on the ‘Motel 22’
Confessions of a mafia boss
Dominic Casciani gets exclusive access to a former mafia boss turned prosecution witness
Something in the air?
Cabin crew claim toxic air is harming them, but airlines say there is no proven link
The trees that bleed
Illegal logging of the endangered rosewood tree is decimating forests in Casamance
Ireland’s housing hunger
How young people in Ireland are facing a huge housing crisis
Indonesia: Not cool to date
Saying no to dating is part of a growing ultraconservative social movement in Indonesia
The man who died for trees
A mystery killing has shocked Romania as the fight over its ancient forests turns deadly
Jack Merritt was killed trying to deradicalise extremists. Can rehabilitation work?
Chile: An education for all
Students and teachers in Chile demand an end to inequality in education
Saving Zimbabwe’s forests
Honey bees, cow dung and mulch; how a company in Zimbabwe is preventing deforestation
Spain’s care home nightmare
Why did so many people die in just one elderly care home in Madrid?
Hanging by a thread: Bangladesh’s garment workers
The devastating effect of the coronavirus pandemic on Bangladesh’s garment industry
Boris Johnson and Britain’s Covid-19 crisis
What catching Covid-19 reveals about the politics and leadership style of Boris Johnson