We met a group of eight parents whose only child died and they are now fearing for their own health in old age.
Is this really Obama's America? Or some broken nation with nothing but desperate measures left open to it?
In a world that seems intent on building barriers and marginalising the vulnerable, Geel offers an inspiring example of care and acceptance.
Iceland tops the World Economic Forum's table for gender equality but even it still has some way to go to close the gender gap completely.
Dan Rivers explores the island community made up of descendants from Bounty mutineers, with a story worthy of a Hollywood sequel.
America's longest-serving solitary confinement prisoner said his sentence was a 'brutal attack on a human being's sanity'.
America's longest-serving solitary confinement prisoner Albert Woodfox opens up about surviving what he sees as a major injustice.
Staging a 'feast in a cemetery' is an important date in the calendar of one of Europe’s last surviving ethnic folk cultures, the Setos.
The lucrative but illegal business of blast fishing is turning Tanzania's waters into killing fields on a devastating scale.
Austria was supposed to have elected a new president back in May. As it stands, a far-right leader could still be installed in the country.