Fault Lines
A new season of Fault Lines
Watch out for the next eight episodes of Fault Lines airing from June 13.
Last Modified: 18 May 2011 12:24

The Fault Lines team has traveled to Mexico, Puerto Rico, India, Colombia and across the Middle East, to bring you a new season of stories.

Taking you beyond the headlines to explore the US' role in the world, Fault Lines puts a face to those who are falling through the cracks and holds the powerful to account.

As we prepare to launch the season, meet the Fault Lines team.

You can follow Fault Lines on Twitter: @AJFaultLines.

Follow our producers on Twitter: Andrea Schmidt @whatescapes, and Jeremy Young @JYoun06

The first episode, Mexico: Impunity and Profits, can be seen from Monday, June 13, at the following times GMT: Monday: 2230; Tuesday: 0930; Wednesday: 0330; Thursday: 1630.

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