Shorts

London's food waste hero

Josephine Liang is fighting food poverty and food waste simultaneously.

London's food waste hero

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Trash is treasure in Lesbos

The most important innovations are created from the things we often take for granted; such as waste.

Trash is treasure in Greece's Lesbos

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Giving Indonesia's children with disabilities a chance

This Indonesian man has made it his life's mission to educate children with disabilities.

Giving Indonesia's children with disabilities a chance

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'Cuba is its music - and music is Cuba'

'Cuba is its music and music is Cuba.'

Cuba's reggaeton craze

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A woman's game: Fatim Jawara

To pursue her dreams as a goalkeeper, Fatim Jawara left The Gambia and took the treacherous migrant route.

A woman's game: Fatim Jawara

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A woman's game: Nadia Nadim

'Give me a ball and I forget about most of the stuff going on around me.'

A woman's game: Nadia Nadim

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A woman's game: Marta Vieira da Silva

'There were no other girls in town playing football and people made sure to let you know that.'

A woman's game: Marta Vieira da Silva

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Karachi's Kathak Dancers

Death threats couldn't dampen Sheema Kermani's resolve; she has inspired women across Pakistan for the past 35 years.

Karachi's Kathak Dancers

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Catching light in Italy

Kurt Moser spent 30 years shooting war images 'you really should not see'. Now, he catches light with his giant camera.

Catching light in Italy

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'I like bulls more than people'

Kumar has practiced Jallikattu, South India's controversial bull-taming sport, since he was a boy.

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Meet the man educating Syria's lost generation

As his house burned down, he ran inside to grab his university ID. Meet the man teaching Syria's lost generation.

Educating Syria's lost generation

Brazil

Rio's favela ballerinas

Amid ongoing drug gang wars in Rio's favelas, one woman is giving hope to the children of Complexo do Alemao.

Rio's favela ballerinas

Poverty & Development

Riding the radio waves in Kibera slum

Abdullah 'Dallas' Mussa walks us through the trials and tribulations of life as a slum journalist.

Riding the radio waves in Kibera slum

Environment

The Indonesian tribe that rejects technology

The Baduy practice seclusion to protect their ancient traditions, but things are changing.

The Indonesian tribe that rejects technology

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Growing up too fast in Afghanistan

ISIL killed 14-year-old Khudai's father. Now the survival of his five younger sisters and mother depends on him.