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Meet Malaysia's first female mixed martial artist
Fault Lines travels to Texas to investigate why some women are taking abortion into their own hands.
Abortion, United States, Health, Maternal health, Human Rights
We explore how the flow of money and combat equipment is transforming US police departments into military-like forces.
04 Mar 2014 13:48 GMT
We investigate the US' epidemic of domestic violence homicide and ask if weak laws are putting women's lives at risk.
19 Mar 2014 07:35 GMT
As Mexico reels over the disappearance of 43 students, Fault Lines unravels years of crime, corruption and impunity.
26 Feb 2015 18:24 GMT
Fault Lines examines the role of the fossil fuel industry in Louisiana's disappearing coastline.
18 Feb 2015 08:38 GMT
Fault Lines examines why, despite 'Obamacare', more than five million Americans have been left without any healthcare.
27 Jan 2015 07:56 GMT
Fault Lines gains rare access into North Korea and examines the impact of US policies on the secretive nation.
21 Jan 2015 09:26 GMT
With the rising cost of living, locals are starting to struggle to keep up, so is the party set to end?
Despite government denials, this investigation uncovers evidence of slave labour in Yemen.
The British-Iraqi political analyst on the threat of ISIL and relations between Muslims and non-Muslims in the West.
It is a source of sustenance but also of tension and new political realities are now increasing uncertainty.
Egypt, Sudan, Middle East
A media post-mortem into the UK's surveillance report. Plus, why five years on in Argentina the media looks so familiar.
Media, Edward Snowden, Security
The untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia.
Asia Pacific, Australia, Lebanon
How to keep a telenovela profitable and demanding sponsors happy while inspiring the production team to stay passionate.
Arts & Culture, Mexico, Latin America