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The harsh life of child labourers on Indonesia's offshore fishing platforms.
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In an UpFront special, we ask his former policy adviser and his personal aide about the man and his policies.
Politics, United States, Barack Obama
Leaders of neighbouring countries fly in to try and convince the Gambian president to hand over power.
Politics, The Gambia, Africa
How states have used Interpol alerts to persecute exiled dissidents and refugees across international borders.
Politics, Security, Human Rights
How allowing students at a London inner-city school to choose their curriculum and teachers is improving results.
United Kingdom, Education