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The 'whip of love' has been used for 'educational' purposes in South Korea for hundreds of years - until footage of a primary school teacher assaulting a pupil was released on the internet.
Free market chaos has left the Russian Republic of Tuva in turmoil. A return to traditional beliefs is slowly healing this troubled land - and they're convinced the rest of the world is about to catch on.
Thousands of protesters across the Arab world continue to demand change. The apparent silence of some countries is deceptive. In Syria, a largely unreported struggle is bubbling under the surface.
When pirates first started hijacking ships off the coast of Somalia they were regarded as little more than a nuisance. But with the problem hitting crisis point, one tiny nation has decided to take a stand.
Iraq continues to be dogged by violence. In the face of an ever worsening situation the people are losing patience with the incumbent government. Will Iraq be the next country to rise up?
As New Zealand begins the long recovery from its deadly earthquake, this report goes on to the rubble-lined streets to get the personal accounts of what has been described as the country's 'darkest day'.
After Valerie Plame's husband, former US Ambassador Joseph Wilson, publicly criticised George Bush's reasons for going to war with Iraq, it was she, a CIA spy, who faced the retribution.
This powerful report travels into the heart of the Japanese disaster zone. Following natural disasters, a nuclear crisis and a potential financial meltdown, it looks back at the week that nearly destroyed Japan.