We track four people on their journey.
We explore the new US-Cuba relationship
Accused of genocide in Cambodia, senior Khmer Rouge regime member dies at 83 in one of group's last strongholds.
22 Aug 2015 10:39 GMT | Cambodia, Khmer Rouge, Politics, Asia Pacific, Law
About 200 local and foreign reporters to be summoned to meeting, reportedly to ensure questions do not upset officials.
23 Jun 2015 07:18 GMT | Media, Thailand, Press Freedoms, Politics, Asia Pacific
A year after the military seized power in a bloodless coup, critics appear to have been effectively silenced.
22 May 2015 02:28 GMT | Politics, Asia Pacific, Thailand
Reported police checkpoints in Bangkok that appear to target foreigners have some fearing a tourist exodus.
Abby Seiff | 22 Dec 2014 11:22 GMT | US & Canada, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States
Thai investigation into British tourist murders criticised as inadequate with some suggesting a cover-up.
Abby Seiff | 29 Nov 2014 09:46 GMT | Human Rights, Myanmar, Thailand, United Kingdom, Asia
The Khmer Rouge tribunal is set to hear genocide charges for targeting ethnic Vietnamese and Cham Muslims.
Abby Seiff, Kuch Naren | 30 Jul 2014 10:08 GMT | Human Rights, Asia Pacific, Cambodia, Khmer Rouge
Part of the joint accord aimed at ending the political impasse establishes an independent National Election Commission.
Abby Seiff | 28 Jul 2014 12:49 GMT | Politics, Asia Pacific, Cambodia
Facing a shortage of employment opportunities, Cambodians flock to Thailand for jobs and the lure of money.
Abby Seiff | 08 Jul 2014 08:30 GMT | Asia Pacific, Cambodia, Migrants
Thousands of Cambodian labourers have fled Thailand, fearing a 'crackdown' denied by Thai authorities.
Abby Seiff | 19 Jun 2014 14:06 GMT | Cambodia, Thailand
Critics accuse Australia of breaching international law as it mulls sending asylum seekers to impoverished country.
Abby Seiff | 16 May 2014 08:30 GMT | Australia, Cambodia, China, Nauru, Papua New Guinea
Garment workers making clothes for export have been killed by security forces as they protested for higher wages.
Abby Seiff | 04 Jan 2014 08:11 GMT
We travel to remote Manus Island in Papua New Guinea to investigate Australia's refugee detention programme.
Refugees, Papua New Guinea, Australia
In an ancient city torn apart by modern conflict, can food help to bridge political and religious divisions?
Arts & Culture, Middle East, Jerusalem
We look at the Taliban threat and the future of Afghan journalism; plus, Davos - global news event or PR exercise?
Media, Afghanistan, Taliban
We speak to the former UN chief weapons inspector, and ask Noam Chomsky about the US presidential election.
Politics, United States, North Korea