There are five million British expats across the globe. Many have a vested interest in May's election and many still have the right to vote.
Abba's Bjorn Ulvaeus has a boyish enthusiasm for the cashless society - and he has a challenge for ITV News viewers.
Cuba may be entering a new era of pragmatism and reform, but scratch the surface and you will discover it is still a wounded island.
Some 60 years after the brutal post-war communist regime 'disappeared' dissidents, the secrets of Poland's unmarked mass graves are exposed.
Somalia - once the byword for the ultimate failed state - is now showing signs of real recovery and optimism after decades of turmoil.
An enormous site in France is currently the focus of global efforts that could one day save the world.
Britain's membership of the EU is hotly debated - but even if we left, could we ever really be free? Tom Bradby went to Iceland to find out.
Video games are no longer just confined to the home, with tens of thousands of people attending major conventions to watch people compete.
More than 60 million Americans are battling mental illness - so why is the issue so hidden from public view?
A couple's determination to be together despite their enforced separation by the Berlin Wall shows the sheer force of human spirit.