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Over the past year we've delivered the best in cutting edge video journalism and investigative news reports. In no particular order here is a selection of some of our best from 2013!
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.
Eugenics is a concept so universally despised it is hard to imagine its existence in the Western world. But in California the forced sterilization of women in prisons is a terrifying, cruel reality.
Tin is an essential element in consumer electronics and Indonesia is now its biggest exporter. But its poverty stricken miners work in horrendous conditions and the human and environmental toll is proving costly.
There are 8 to 10 thousand forced marriages in the UK every year. As authorities are accused of taking 'honour' crimes too lightly, girls who resist or refuse a marriage can face abuse, torture, even death.
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.
The US consumes 80% of the world's painkillers and more die from them than heroin and cocaine combined. Fatal overdoses are twice the national average among war veterans: so why are they fed addictive opiates?