Ghana's mixed fortune as a dumping ground for e-waste
Return to Kuwait: The class of 1990
13 Sep 2012 13:25 GMT
A film released on Youtube that is considered blasphemous has sparked violent protests and attacks on US diplomatic missions in several countries. Here a Palestinian man burns the US flag during demonstrations in Gaza City on September 12.
Protesters angered by an anti-Islam film storm the US Embassy in Yemen(***)s capital.
A Libyan man holds a placard in English during a demonstration against the attack on the US consulate that killed four Americans, including the ambassador, in Benghazi, Libya.
A Palestinian man holds a placard praising Islam(***)s Prophet Muhammad during a demonstration against a film deemed offensive to Islam in front of United Nations(***) headquarters in Gaza City.
Egyptian protesters burn the US flag during a demonstration in Cairo.
Muslims demonstrate outside the US embassy in Tunis demanding its closure.
Demonstrators hold a message during a rally to condemn the killing of the US Ambassador to Libya.
A group of protesters shout slogans during a demonstration outside the US Embassy, in Tunisia. About one hundred people demonstrated in front of the US embassy for the second time in 24 hours on September 12.
An elite Philippine police commando stands guard near the perimeter fence of the US embassy in Manila on September 13.The Us has heightened security at its diplomatic missions around the world.
Egyptian protesters attend evening prayers during a demonstration in front of the US embassy in Cairo. Graffiti on the wall reads "there is one God, we will live with dignity," and "anyone but God(***)s prophet".
Cuba offers free sex change surgeries and government-sanctioned Pride marches, but activists say more change is needed.
Human Rights, Cuba, Fidel Castro
Denton residents protest confederate symbols while elsewhere other monuments are still being erected.
US & Canada, United States, Arts & Culture
The United States is leading secret negotiations with 11 other countries over the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Health
An alarming number of young UK offenders with criminal records were previously in the care of local authorities.
Europe, Child rights, Law
101 East explores how Japan's funeral industry is getting creative as the ageing nation runs out of space for the dead.
Arts & Culture, Asia Pacific, Japan
The story behind Nigeria's domestic movie industry, the second biggest producer of films in the world.
Business & Economy, Arts & Culture, Nigeria
An investigation into the role of one of the most influential banks in the world.
Business & Economy, Greece, US & Canada
We investigate why the Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania are nervous about Russia's regional ambitions.
Politics, Russia, Vladimir Putin