Palestinians in Gaza speak of life under Israeli occupation.
"The Islam of Timbuktu was taken hostage"
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
Calais is the most visible sign of France's refugee influx, but smaller camps scattered across the north are growing.
Refugees, Human Rights, War & Conflict
Medicine finally joins religious therapy for thousands suffering psychological disorders in southern Tamil Nadu state.
Mental health, Religion, Poverty & Development
Facing sanctions and stigma, Iranian Americans are pushing for the nuclear deal to survive Congress' September vote.
Politics, Iran, United States
Despite threat of military deployment, tens of thousands of Malaysians rally over alleged corruption and economic woes.
Corruption, Malaysia, Politics
We look at the micro-blogging site and how it has changed the way breaking news is reported.
Media, United States, Twitter
People & Power investigates South Korea's disturbing rise in suicides, particularly among the elderly.
Health, Asia, South Korea
We explore how US foreign policy in the Middle East is driving the media's negative portrayals of Arabs and Muslims.
Media, Middle East, US
The chilling and courageous account of a Danish-Somalian boy in Copenhagen who fell victim to al-Shabab recruiters.
War & Conflict, Al-Shabab, Denmark