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Desperate to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan, the US is now negotiating a deal that could see the Taliban retake power. Will Afghan women be the ones to pay the price for peace?
The Golden Triangle is infamous for opium production. As ethnic conflicts continue to rage in Myanmar, production has switched to methamphetamine and authorities are struggling to cope.
Experts estimate one million people are being held in detention centres in China's Xinjiang region; a figure denied by Chinese authorities. This film profiles Uighurs who escaped ethnic cleansing and sought refuge in Turkey in 2019.
As Taiwan comes under increasing military and diplomatic pressure from China, pro-unification groups in Taiwan are intensifying their battle to win the hearts and minds of the Taiwanese people.
The vulnerability of Nepal's poorest children draws humanitarian workers from around the world. But some foreigners exploit the trust of young children, sexually abusing those they claim to protect.
After the Second World War, the Japanese government actively sought to cull its disabled population through a program of forced sterilisation. Disabilities have remained greatly stigmatised ever since.
Mustang is one of Nepal’s remotest regions and boasts a rich cultural history. Yet holy sites are being ransacked at an unprecedented rate, and stolen artefacts sold to wealthy collectors and museums.
Confronted with a shortage of women, men in the Faroe Islands are increasingly seeking wives from Southeast Asia. But what's it like for the women who swap the tropics for this windswept archipelago?