Mosul residents: 'We were the masters of the world'

Nostalgia for Iraq's Baathist past lingers amid the ruins of Mosul's old city.


Shooting Antarctica

As the future of the Weddell Sea is deliberated, cameraman Ben Mitchell looks back at his time on board the icebreaker Arctic Sunrise.


Gaza through the eyes of a poet

An unconventional protest leader is inspiring the people of Gaza to pursue non-violent resistance against Israel.


Philippines: The trouble with the second landslide

Filipinos angered by haphazard approach to safeguarding their lives after a mountain quarry collapsed.


UN General Assembly: Iran, oil, and sanctions

Iranian leaders are interested in preserving the Iran nuclear agreement, despite looming US sanctions on oil sales.


Art project examines how addiction alters brains

London art show expands traditional idea of addiction to include self-harm, social media and consumer behaviour.