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He's Russia's most wanted man, responsible for Beslan and the Moscow theatre siege. In his first interview since Russian troops went back into Chechnya, Shamil Basayev gives his account.
A vibrant Islamic movement in Kyrgyzstan is challenging the established political system. People are being increasingly disillusioned and searching for alternatives.
Tajikistan is struggling to cope with an influx of cheap drugs from Afghanistan. The country has just one rehab clinic and on average, ten soldiers a year die in shoot outs with drug traffickers.
Chinese authorities have got a radical weapon against troublemakers: lock them up indefinitely in police-run mental hospitals. Written off as 'dangerously ill', 'patients' are often never seen again.
Since the hijack of the Sirius Star on November 17 the world has focused on Somali piracy. In this report, we talk with pirates and those who live in the towns nearby, to uncover how and why they do it.
Somalia is facing its worst humanitarian crisis in years. Millions of Somali rely on the UN's World Food Programme but just how much food actually reaches them? We reveal the shocking truth.
Kenya's stunning beaches attract thousands of tourists each year but this tropical paradise hides a harrowing secret. Children as young as 6 are having to risk their lives and sell sex in order to survive.
In a traumatic call with his mother and father we hear the first time Jahar Tsarnaev spoke after the Boston bombing. Recovering from his injuries the authorities allowed him to telephone his disbelieving parents.