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Caterpillar bulldozers have come to symbolise foreign involvement in Israel's occupation. But should the company be held liable if their products are used to break international law?
Last year, Ethiopia was being touted as Africa's great hope. But reports of widespread intimidation and human rights abuses led to aid being cut off. We hear from some victims.
His shocking footage of the Tsunami brought its ferocity home to the rest of the world. In return, Hashim gained little but local notoriety. We return to hear his story.
The guns may have fallen silent in Lebanon but the war continues to claim new victims every day. It's estimated 4 million cluster bombs were fired into Lebanon, 90% during the last 72 hours.
The killing of 19 civilians and wounding of 40 more at Beit Hanoun was the biggest single loss of life since the Intifada began. Holes are appearing in the IDF's version of events.
He fled to England seeking asylum, only to be deported back to Sudan and severely tortured. In this special investigation, Darfuri refugee, Sadiq Adem Osman, tells his story.
Forty years on, the legacy of the Six Day War continues to poison relations in the Middle East. The decades of occupation that followed have left Palestinians feeling as if the war never ended.
The teachers at this government school are Buddhist, the students Muslim. And they're hoping to inspire their pupils - and their loyalty to the state - with nationalistic songs in praise of Thailand.