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America hopes to democratise the Middle East, but many Jordanians believe that US pressure on their government is having the opposite effect.
Concern over food miles is threatening the livelihood of African farmers. There are calls for imported products to lose their organic status. Many see the move as yet another trade barrier.
After a series of high profile shootings, the Iraqi government plans to change the law to withdraw legal immunity from private security firms. One case fuelling public anger was the killing of an Iraqi mother.
In the past six years, infant birth defects in China have increased by an unprecedented 40%. This rise is being blamed on pollution from factories. Now green campaigners are taking on the multinationals.
Zimbabwe was once one of the most prosperous nations in Africa. Today it now has the lowest life expectancy and highest inflation rate in the world. Life has become an everyday struggle for survival.
Africa is in the grip of a medical crisis because its doctors are being lured away by lucrative jobs in Europe. Malawi now only has one doctor for every 50,000 people.
Prisoners at Cebu are considered the most dangerous offenders in the Philippines. But thanks to four hours of dance lessons a day, their behaviour has been transformed.
The number of strict ultra-orthodox Jews in Israel is increasing, sparking fears its secular character is under attack. Many resent the special treatment the orthodox community receives.