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Bullfighting has long been a male-dominated sport, but a group of women in Portugal are fighting against the tradition. But what's driving this controversial new interest in female bullfighting?
On the 11th of March last year Japan's worst ever natural disaster killed almost 20,000 people. This report reveals the controversy surrounding it and the pain of rebuilding under the fear of radioactivity.
With the Costa Concordia disaster dominating the news another problem facing the cruise industry is being forgotten: the disappearance of nearly 200 people from international liners in the last ten years.
Some of the Sinai Desert's Bedouin are using their new found freedom to turn to crime. This report reveals how they are using their autonomy to torture and murder Israel-bound refugees for hostage ransoms and even body parts.
The Creation Museum in Kentucky has inflamed the bitter debate between believers and atheists in the US. This report gets inside the huge $17 million dollar exhibit and meets its unequivocal preacher.
No country is more nervous about Europe's economic future than Spain. With five million unemployed and property prices plummeting, economists say that unlike Greece, Spain is too big to bail.
Reporter Aaron Lewis has been tracking Kony for years. The first Western journalist allowed to join the Ugandan army on the hunt, he revisits his journey in light of the controversial Kony2012 sensation.
Cynicism is not new in the US political arena. But several months into the Republican primaries, and with 8 to go, voters are switching off. Is the mudslinging of candidates starting to take its toll?