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In the last year, Germany has seen an increasingly violent resentment of its refugees. This 2016 report travels between PEGIDA, aid volunteers and refugees to explore the widening political divisions.
Seventy-six percent of women in The Gambia undergo Female Genital Mutilation as children. Halimatou Ceesay, who was cut when she was nine, is making it her mission to end this brutal tradition in a generation.
For the eight million people living under ISIS, daily life is increasingly dominated by a terrifying bureaucracy. More than oil, it is extortion, taxes and seizure of property driving ISIS's growing economy.
After last month's terror attacks in Paris, France declared a state of emergency and as a result police have reportedly made 1,800 raids and many arrests. We meet French Muslims affected by the security crackdown.
Around half of all women in Australia drink alcohol whilst pregnant, unaware of the permanent harm they are doing their babies. This report explores the lives of three families grappling with the consequences.
In Senegal, thousands of children attend Daraa, Quranic schools that teach strict Islamic values. Reports of widespread mistreatment and abuse have seen them branded by rights groups as a form of modern day slavery.
Supermarkets in Britain routinely underpay farmers and exploit their staff to turn a huge profit. Yet they also produce mountains of waste of perfectly edible food every day. Are the giant firms past their sell-by-date?
Since 2012, the Bahraini government has revoked the citizenships of its Shia population as a way of suppressing pro-democracy activists. We gain exclusive access to five underground activists to hear their story.