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The Russian army commands fear and respect around the country, acting as the regime's right hand. As young people join paramilitary clubs in droves, some fear the Putin regime is brainwashing the younger generation.
The Paralympic classification system has been put under the spotlight, as former gold medallist Kat Downie faces consequences for speaking out over concerns about fairness and transparency at the games
Are there enough workers to ensure crops are harvested and food makes it to the table? This report investigates how the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting food production in Australia, the UK, and Germany.
Singapore is world leading in primary and secondary education, with students raised on a diet of high-stakes testing and unique methods. But is the pressure and work-life balance too much for children?
As pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong continue and Beijing considers replacing Carrie Lam, this report meets frontline organisers and the army of mothers helping to keep young protesters nourished.
To combat repeat crime offences in Brazil, one controversial prison, APAC, has been created with open doors. It teaches rehabilitation and reform to nonviolent offenders, rather than fear and violence.
Between 2013 and 2016, Ebola ravaged the West African countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia - the largest epidemic of its kind in history. This collection of four documentaries chronicles the disease's spread between 2014 and 2015, telling the stories of those affected.
On the anniversary of Nepal's devastating earthquake, the rubble of ancient temples are shrines to Kathmandu's loss. Tens of thousands remain homeless - but as the country looks to a more democratic future, hope can still be found.