Myanmar

'Nobody wants their children to join the rebels'

Holding fake funerals or sending their children to China are among the ways Myanmar parents try to provide safety.

How Myanmar families resist armed groups recruiting children

Prison

'They're murderers. But they're lovely guys'

A British prison nicknamed 'stabside' is trying new ways to reduce violence between inmates.

'They're murderers. But they're lovely guys'

Europe

The battle to stay alive as a female journalist

Nobel laureates and prominent campaigners call for action 10 years after Chechen reporter Natalia Estemirova was killed.

The battle to stay alive as a female journalist

Middle East

Modern revamp threatens to raze riverfront in Mosul's Old City

Locals fear authorities' plan to transform historic city into a modern investment hub will erase Mosul's rich heritage.

Modern revamp threatens to raze riverfront in Mosul's Old City

India

Century-old housing in Mumbai succumbs to metro project

Moved on by sprawling transport system, residents of 'chawl' reflect on life in tightly-packed but friendly apartments.

Century-old housing in Mumbai succumbs to metro project

Abortion

The informal networks resisting Honduras's abortion ban

Through hotlines and clinics, activists and health experts are trying to change the stigma associated with abortion.

The informal networks resisting Honduras's abortion ban