Palestinians in Gaza speak of life under Israeli occupation.
What is behind South Korea's rise in suicides?
28 Jul 2012 00:12 GMT
A general view of the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium.
The Olympic rings converge together above performers.
A performer playing the role of Britain(***)s Queen Elizabeth II parachutes from a helicopter.
The ceremony was created by artistic director Danny Boyle, the British film maker known for his movie Slumdog Millionaire.
Boyle focused heavily on the industries that revolutionised Britain in the 18th
and 19th centuries.
The event is thought to have cost $42m.
The opening event kicks off a two-week festival of sport in which 16,000 athletes from 204
countries share the thrill of victory, and despair of defeat, with 11 million
Artists performed in an Olympic Stadium packed with a buzzing crowd of 60,000 people.
Actor Rowan Atkinson, known for his role as Mr Bean, took part in the ceremony.
Thanks to an innovative relocation programme, the Alameens' lives have changed dramatically after fleeing the war.
Refugees, Germany, Syrian crisis
After extending air war against fighters in Iraq, London contemplates military targets in Syria as well.
War & Conflict, United Kingdom, Middle East
Monsoon storms have wreaked havoc on Myanmar's persecuted Rohingya Muslims.
Rohingya, Human Rights, Weather
Critics lament New Delhi's fading pro-Palestinian stance at solidarity convention as Israel relations flourish.
Palestine, India, Gaza: After the war
People & Power investigates South Korea's disturbing rise in suicides, particularly among the elderly.
Health, Asia, South Korea
We follow the B'doul tribe of the ancient Jordanian city of Petra as they eke out a living in a modern-day tourist site.
Arts & Culture, Middle East, Jordan
Ahead of Malaysia's polls, the prime minister explains why he thinks defeat would be a 'disaster' for his country.
Politics, Malaysia, Asia
The comedian gives an insight into his street-smart Nigerian life as he gets his act together and grows his brand.
Arts & Culture, Africa, Nigeria