We track four people on their journey.
We explore the new US-Cuba relationship
After UN probe into the country's civil war, Maithripala Sirisena downplays allegations as "human rights violations".
29 Jan 2016 19:23 GMT
Human Rights, War & Conflict, Politics, Sri Lanka, Asia
The author, adviser and leading thinker on creativity advocates a radical rethink of our global educational systems.
Arts & Culture, Education, Europe
We speak to Otto Perez Molina at a military prison as he waits to find out if he will stand trial on corruption charges.
Politics, Latin America, Guatemala
Mexico's first independent governor says he is committed to fight against political establishment and drug cartels.
Mexico, Politics, Drugs
The FIFA presidential candidate on his alleged ties to Bahrain's 2011 crackdown on protesters and the future of FIFA.
Sport, FIFA, Bahrain
Ibrahim Boubacar Keita discusses the Bamako hotel attack, what his government plans to do next and the volatile north.
Abu Hafs al-Mauritani, an Islamic scholar previously with al-Qaeda, discusses the Paris attacks and the rise of ISIL.
The head of the IMF warns that Gulf countries are headed for a crisis unless they cut expenses or raise taxes.
The former US president discusses Russia's role in Syria, Middle East peace, and his wife's presidential campaign.
John Kerry, David Cameron and Federica Mogherini discuss Russian air strikes and Assad's future in Syria.
Afghan leader Abdullah Abdullah talks about refugees in Europe, security in the country, and dealing with the Taliban.
Peter Szijjarto, Hungary's foreign minister, discusses his government's handling of the European refugee crisis.
Khaled Khoja, president of the Syrian National Coalition, discusses Russia's military offensive in the war-torn country.
Despite a growing backlash at home, Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven defends his country's immigration policies.
Conservationists are in a desperate and uphill battle to save India's tigers from extinction.
Former classmates separated during Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 reunite decades later.
We follow a Sesame Street composer as he learns how his music has been used to torture detainees at Guantanamo Bay.
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