Palestinians in Gaza speak of life under Israeli occupation.
What is behind South Korea's rise in suicides?
18 Sep 2011 08:27 GMT
As of January 2010, there were believed to be about 10.8 million undocumented people living in the US - down from about 11.8 million in 2007 [GALLO/GETTY]
But some experts suggest the number could, in fact, be as high as 20 million people [GALLO/GETTY]
There are an estimated 2.1 million undocumented children and young people in the US - many of these are unaware of their (***)illegal(***) status until they attempt to apply for college admission or for a driver(***)s license [GALLO/GETTY]
The majority of the undocumented residents of the US - approximately 62% - are from Mexico [GALLO/GETTY]
Economic opportunities remain the number one reason for immigration to the US [GALLO/GETTY]
In 2010, there were an estimated 8 million unauthorised immigrants in the US workforce [GALLO/GETTY]
Many immigrants living and working in the US send much of their earnings home to help support their families [GALLO/GETTY]
In recent years there has been a national backlash against illegal immigration, perhaps most noticeably reflected in the debate surrounding the Arizona SB 1070 Act [GALLO/GETTY]
The US border patrol currently employs more than 20,000 agents who patrol about 13,000km of land and coastal borders [GALLO/GETTY]
From October 2004 until September 2005, 460 migrants died crossing the US-Mexico border [GALLO/GETTY]
Arizona is considered the most treacherous place to cross, but it is often favoured because it is remote and difficult to patrol [GALLO/GETTY]
But, according to the US Government Accountability Office, Mexico(***)s border with Texas is the most vulnerable [GALLO/GETTY]
According to a report by the US Government Accountability Office, the US border control caught 445,000 illegal entries in 2010 [GALLO/GETTY]
According to a Pew report, roughly 300,000 illegal immigrants crossed the border annually between 2007 and 2009 [GALLO/GETTY]
But that was down from about 850,000 annually from 2000 to 2005 [GALLO/GETTY]
More than one million people have been deported since President Obama took office [GALLO/GETTY]
In 2009 and 2010, the Obama administration stepped up its campaign of deportation by removing nearly 400,000 immigrants a year [GALLO/GETTY]
About 400,000 immigration detainees are kept in a patchwork of jail and prison cells over the course of a year [GALLO/GETTY]
If passed, the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act would allow qualifying undocumented youth a six-year-long conditional path to citizenship [GALLO/GETTY]
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