On the front lines of the African climate change battle
'99.99% of antiques in the market are fake'
Kevin Corriveau | 29 Sep 2012 08:18 GMT
Residents survey the damage and loss to property after heavy rains have flooded the region.
Mud and flood waters as high as chest deep have caused extensive damage to property.
A man climbs over a car covered with mud.
Southern Spain has seen over a month(***)s worth of rain in just 3 days.
Similar to this scene, an elderly woman died in floods driven by a rainstorm that overturned cars and forced hundreds from their homes.
People pull a cupboard through the flooded streets.
Whole towns and cities across southern Spain are in the process of cleaning up from the flood waters and mud.
Flood waters are easing gradually, but dangerous low water crossings pose a threat to driving.
Over-fishing threatens not only the survival of shark species, but also impoverished fishing communities in Madagascar.
Poverty & Development, Environment, Africa
Meet the man reporting on the stories some of Lebanon's most powerful people would rather you didn't know about.
Journalism under fire, Human Rights, Middle East
Despite rain, worshippers gather to greet Pope Francis on his visit to Kenya and attend mass.
Africa, Kenya, Pope Francis
On Pope Francis's visit to Kenya, rights activists question Church stance on reproductive rights.
The insatiable appetite for antiques by China's growing nouveau riche is feeding a counterfeit industry.
Asia, China, Business & Economy
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan faces backlash over what he describes as growing intolerance and insecurity in India.
Politics, Arts & Culture, Asia
Ibrahim Boubacar Keita discusses the Bamako hotel attack, what his government plans to do next and the volatile north.
Politics, Mali, War & Conflict
South Africa's miner strike led to the country's deadliest act of police violence since the end of apartheid.
South Africa, Politics, Protests