Latin America

Brazil's senate passes unpopular labour reforms

Move passed despite attempt by opposition senators to block the vote with a six-hour sit-in at the president's rostrum.

Brazil's senate passes unpopular labour reforms

Health

Liberia after Ebola: 'The human suffering changed me'

Three years on, a reporter and Ebola survivor speaks to some of the Liberians who were affected by the 2014 outbreak.

Liberia after Ebola: 'The human suffering changed me'

Human Rights

Finding freedom after bonded labour in Pakistan

A small settlement in Pakistan's Sindh province provides opportunity for freed formerly bonded labourers to start over.

A new life after bonded labour in Azad Nagar, Pakistan

Latin America

Rio's favela residents protest against killings

Rio's poor rally at Copacabana beach to demand an end to lethal shootouts between drug traffickers and police.

Rio's favela residents protest against killings

Human Rights

Week in pictures: From Yoga Day to CAR crisis

A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including Yoga Day, Portugal forest fires and air raids in Yemen.

Week in pictures: From Yoga Day to CAR crisis

People & Power

Uganda's Health Pyramid

We investigate allegations involving a Chinese billionaire and a controversial alternative health scheme in Africa.

Poverty & Development

The slow road to recovery for rape survivors in the DRC

In eastern DRC, an outpost of hope provides medical, psychological and social help to marginalised victims.

The slow road to recovery for rape survivors in the DRC

Africa

Civilians killed as soldiers clash over Somalia aid

At least 14 killed in clashes after soldiers attempt to steal food sacks meant for drought-stricken refugees in Baidoa.

Civilians killed as soldiers clash over Somalia aid

Earthrise

Building Better Cities

We travel to Colombia and Singapore to explore ways of helping the world's expanding cities to grow sustainably.

Poverty & Development

Slovakia's Roma: Living on the margins

There are around a half-million Roma in Slovakia, most of whom live in impoverished slums.

Slovakia's Roma: Living on the margins

Poverty & Development

The changing landscape of Bolivia's salt flats

Generations of saleros have scooped salt from the flat, but after the discovery of lithium they fear being left behind.

The changing landscape of Bolivia's salt flats

Poverty & Development

What is the unemployment rate in your country?

There are more than 200 million people world wide without jobs today.

What is the unemployment rate in your country?

War & Conflict

The Eritreans fleeing to Ethiopia

Relations may be tense between the neighbouring countries but some Eritreans are crossing the disputed border.

The Eritreans fleeing to Ethiopia

Middle East

A cry for help: Millions facing famine in Yemen

UN says $1bn pledged by donor states amounts to half of amount needed to combat 'world's largest hunger crisis'.

Witness

Salero: The life of a Bolivian salt gatherer

A salt gatherer becomes a link to the old world when Bolivia embarks on a plan to mine lithium from the Uyuni salt flat.