Rapid urbanisation and industrial farming has led to a catastrophic situation in Russia's poverty-stricken hinterlands.
by Mansur Mirovalev
Business & Economy
by Yarno Ritzen
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We the People17 Oct 2016 08:51 GMT
Investigating the cycle of poverty that has trapped 37 million Americans.
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.
by Prabhat Patnaik
by Kayode Ogundamisi
by Kaya Genc
by Muhammad Abdul Bari
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