Palestinians in Gaza speak of life under Israeli occupation.
Egypt: A dark day for press freedom #FreeAJStaff
A new experimental therapy helps tackle genetic disorders by addressing their root cause - faulty genes.
17 Aug 2015 14:05 GMT
Health, Science & Technology, Europe, United Kingdom, Cancer
A three-minute checklist, a simple device to measure oxygen in patients' blood, and a drill cover are improving surgery.
Health, Science & Technology, Uganda, Africa
New open source designs and advances in 3-D printing are bringing affordable prosthetics to children around the world.
Health, Science & Technology, Latin America, Brazil, Poverty & Development
How chips that mimic the function of living human organs could mean a quicker and safer way to test drugs.
Health, Science & Technology, Business & Economy, Europe
Advances in robotic-assisted surgery is allowing surgeons to perform minimally invasive procedures with greater control.
An unprecedented global initiative is helping to develop and fast-track drugs for diseases mainly affecting the poor.
How nurturing chickens is helping elderly communities combat loneliness and associated mental health problems.
We explore global efforts to combat antibiotic resistance, which has become a major threat across the world.
How solar technology and simple mobile apps are helping people with hearing difficulties.
We visit the only hospital in the Middle East dedicated to free reconstructive surgery for people injured in war.
How one doctor's inspirational leadership has made free, top-class public healthcare a reality in Pakistan.
How researchers are using gaming technology to revolutionise the way we treat mental disorders.
The comedian gives an insight into his street-smart Nigerian life as he gets his act together and grows his brand.
Telling the stories of the musicians who fight repression and sing about injustice.
The 1991 and 2003 attacks on Iraq destroyed museums, libraries, theatres and heritage sites.
People & Power investigates South Korea's disturbing rise in suicides, particularly among the elderly.
Health, Asia, South Korea
We explore how US foreign policy in the Middle East is driving the media's negative portrayals of Arabs and Muslims.
Media, Middle East, US
Abderrahmane Sissako, one of Africa's most prominent filmmakers, discusses his latest film, Islam, and events in Mali.
War & Conflict, Africa, Mali
We follow the B'doul tribe of the ancient Jordanian city of Petra as they eke out a living in a modern-day tourist site.
Arts & Culture, Middle East, Jordan