Ghana's mixed fortune as a dumping ground for e-waste
Who is to blame for the rise of ISIL?
20 Oct 2011 12:03 GMT
Tonga(***)s government is struggling to pay back $174m in debt, largely accrued through foreign loans
Rural Tonga struggles to deal with how to productively use the land
Watermelons are one of the few crops grown in Tonga. But they are bulky and hard to export overseas
Some say half the watermelon crop is not exported because of irregular shipping routes
Tongan children have high literacy levels but there are few jobs available on the Pacific Islands
The only real hope for their future employment is to leave Tonga and get a job overseas
Relatives of inmates killed while in police custody demand justice and investigation into the deaths.
Asia, India, Human Rights
Migrants from Calais refugee camp risk their lives in continuous attempts to cross into UK under the English Channel.
Europe, France, Refugees
A year after truce collapses El Salvador gangs seek new path to engage government in another truce process.
Poverty & Development, Latin America, El Salvador
Cuba offers free sex change surgeries and government-sanctioned Pride marches, but activists say more change is needed.
Human Rights, Cuba, Fidel Castro
How nurturing chickens is helping elderly communities combat loneliness and associated mental health problems.
Health, Europe, United Kingdom
A four-part series that reveals how a secret pact formed a cartel that controls the world's oil.
Business & Economy, Middle East, Iran
After days on a crowded boat crossing the Mediterranean, one Syrian refugee family strives for a new future in Austria.
War & Conflict, Syria, Immigration
Lea Tsemel discusses the deportation and detention of Palestinians, torture, and discriminatory laws in Israel.
Human Rights, Law, Middle East