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In June, Greek public broadcaster ERT was unceremoniously shut down by its troubled government. Three TV channels, over 20 radio stations, a choir and two orchestras were lost, along with 2600 jobs.
Detroit has become a symbol of the global financial crisis; but a group of committed micro-industrialists and artists with a DIY attitude are determined to bring the old Motor City back out of bankruptcy.
The stories of secret labour camps have long contradicted North Korea's displays of national unity. Now for the first time ever, a UN inquiry on human rights abuses hears the stories it doesn't want told.
With big money to be made from the arrival of cruise ships in Vanuatu, you would hope that islanders would see some of it. Yet locals are left wondering where thousands of dollars from luxury liners end up.
After the disaster that saw 39 asylum seekers die when their boat sank off Indonesia, this report follows the survivors as they make an emotional return home, including a man whose entire family drowned.
In the aftermath of the Iraq war, doctors reported a dramatic rise in the number of babies born with severe deformities, believed to come from depleted uranium used in munitions. Where are those babies now?
Silicon Valley multi-millionaire turned international playboy, John McAfee caught the world's attention at the centre of a sensational murder mystery. He's been on the run, but now says he's willing to talk.
The Big Issue is known worldwide as a magazine that helps homeless people to get some cash. But in Denmark a controversial take on the idea has drug addicts selling a new magazine to help fund their habits.