Business & Economy
The gap between the super-wealthy and the poorest half of the world's population is starker than previously thought.
by Yarno Ritzen
by Prabhat Patnaik
We the People
Human Rights13 Sep 2016 10:01 GMT
The death of a 19-year-old man along the highway highlights the plight of the rising number of homeless in the area.
Fault Lines31 Aug 2016 09:57 GMT
Fault Lines investigates why hundreds of children in the US are still being poisoned by lead every year.
Haiti28 Aug 2016 05:36 GMT
Over 50 groups of farmers and aid workers seek to stop planned 500-tonne shipment that US officials term a donation.
101 East05 May 2016 23:48 GMT
Hong Kong is one of the world's richest cities, so why are thousands of elderly residents collecting rubbish to survive?
US Elections 201616 Apr 2016 12:30 GMT
US presidential hopeful says global action needed to end growing poverty and "economy operated for the top one percent".
Witness21 Mar 2016 11:34 GMT
The struggles of a single mother who works in a weapons factory in Bulgaria's Rose Valley.
People & Power26 Jan 2016 15:07 GMT
People and Power investigates the growing global phenomenon of organised begging.
Counting the Cost23 Jan 2016 14:15 GMT
As world leaders meet at the World Economic Forum, we discuss the low oil price, inequality and the threat of recession.
Witness20 Jan 2016 15:27 GMT
An Indian electrician risks life and limb to siphon off electricity for poor areas in a city crippled by power cuts.
Iran26 Dec 2015 21:40 GMT
Citizens hang clothes on walls as a donation for the homeless during the country's harsh winter.
Humanitarian crises25 Dec 2015 14:47 GMT
Without immediate humanitarian assistance, NGOs fear South Sudan is on the verge of famine.
Poverty25 Dec 2015 06:17 GMT
As the US housing crisis worsens, many retirees have embraced the freedom of living in small vans.
Counting the Cost20 Dec 2015 18:41 GMT
We examine the Doha Development Agenda, a WTO initiative that has been unable to address unfair agricultural practices.
Asia02 Dec 2015 03:25 GMT
Government blames "Indian blockade" for shortages in country hit by devastating earthquake earlier this year.
Child rights28 Nov 2015 10:30 GMT
A group of orphans and street children have been trained in photography and asked to capture the world around them.
by Prabhat Patnaik
by Kayode Ogundamisi
by Kaya Genc
by Muhammad Abdul Bari
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