Greece

Is Europe wielding bureaucracy to deter refugees?

Maria Stavropoulou, who recently stepped down from the Greek Asylum Service, on European bureaucracy.

Europe must process refugees 'more creatively'

Health

At diphtheria clinic, medics struggle to treat Rohingya

Limited supply of potentially life-saving drug is one of the biggest hurdles in treating bacterial disease.

At diphtheria clinic, medics struggle to treat Rohingya

Pyeongchang 2018

Eating disorders: The dark side of figure skating

Figure skaters go great lengths to preserve their 'body image' which has serious repercussions on their health.

Eating disorders: The dark side of figure skating

South Africa

Jacob Zuma 'brought the ANC to its lowest point'

Critics say Jacob Zuma will be remembered for lining his pockets at the expense of common South Africans.

How will South Africans remember Jacob Zuma?

Jacob Zuma

'We fought for Zuma and then he threw us away'

South Africans regale with their memories of the enigmatic and controversial President Jacob Zuma.

Jacob Zuma: People's president or corrupt demigod?

Pyeongchang 2018

Olympics brings focus on South Korea's dog-meat culture

Calls increase to end sale of dog meat in South Korea and for the country to part with culture and tradition.

Olympics brings focus on South Korea's dog-meat culture