How did three Danes end up being tortured in Lebanon?
The human cost of the Greek financial crisis
As Mexico reels over the disappearance of 43 students, Fault Lines unravels years of crime, corruption and impunity.
26 Feb 2015 18:24 GMT
Humanitarian crises, Human Rights, Latin America, Mexico, Human trafficking
Fault Lines travels to Baltimore to investigate the city's fractured relationship with law enforcement.
17 Jun 2015 10:07 GMT
Fault Lines examines the true costs of combatting wildfires in the US.
24 Oct 2013 07:04 GMT
From India to Dubai and Afghanistan, we probe the system that brings foreign labourers to US military bases abroad.
12 Mar 2014 08:33 GMT
Fault Lines investigates how the US helped create the world's newest nation, and then watched it spiral into civil war.
22 Apr 2015 11:32 GMT
Fault Lines investigates the industry of college football and players' demands for a more equitable game.
03 Sep 2014 11:39 GMT
What happens when private money is poured into secret research centres aimed at prolonging life and cheating death?
13 May 2015 08:16 GMT
Drumming her way to fame at a renowned Chinese music school, Deqi tries to balance ambition with being a seven-year-old.
Can perpetrators of violence against women play a role in preventing it and to what extent can early intervention help?
What message will concessions send to protest groups across Europe looking to Athens as an example?
From Democracy to the Market - we examine the devastating impact of the Greek financial crisis on ordinary citizens.
Business & Economy, Europe, Greece
Can Afghan archaeologists take on the Chinese and the Taliban to save a 5,000-year-old archaeological site?
Arts & Culture, Asia, Afghanistan
In war-torn Afghanistan it is not the Taliban that poses the greatest threat to women - it is their own families.
Human Rights, Women, Afghanistan
After decades of tension and hostility between the two nations, has change finally come to US-Cuba relations?