Netherlands

'They give me food, a place to sleep': Netherlands' North Koreans

There are 91 North Koreans in the Netherlands but many are not accepted as refugees and fear deportation to South Korea.

'They give me food, a place to sleep': Netherlands' North Koreans

Racism

The Smith-Carlos Black Power salute: Once vilified, now praised

Tommie Smith, John Carlos were ridiculed after raising fists during 1968 Olympics. Fifty years on, they inspire others.

The Smith-Carlos Black Power salute: Once vilified, now praised

Zimbabwe

Black market fuel sales and fear: Zimbabwe faces economic fallout

Long queues at petrol stations are common in Bulawayo and people are panicked, but Mnangagwa attempts to ease concerns.

Black market fuel sales and fear: Zimbabwe faces economic fallout

Rohingya

Rohingya: 'Better to kill us in India than deport us to Myanmar'

Families in Rohingya camp in New Delhi fear forced deportation after seven men were handed to Myanmar border guards.

Rohingya: 'Better to kill us in India than deport us to Myanmar'

Uzbekistan

On the reform path: Uzbekistan opens up after years of isolation

After death of President Islam Karimov, who ruled for decades, government attempts to be more transparent and fair.

On the reform path: Uzbekistan opens up after years of isolation

Germany

'We lost our homes and country, but we also lost our books'

Baynatna, an Arabic library in Berlin, is popular among the diaspora and refugees whose own stories could fill novels.

'We lost our homes and country, but we also lost our books'