President Obama set aside more than 550 million acres of federal land under 'national monument protection'. Many cheered the move, but disgruntled residents say the state should control their own land.
Cambodia - 2017
The number of Cambodian orphanages has tripled in the last 8 years, yet as many as 80% of 'orphans' have families. We look at how the lucrative "voluntourism" industry has turned orphanages into businesses.
Generations Under One Roof
Denmark - 2017
Throughout Europe and America, ageing populations are becoming an increasing burden. Could the solution lie in multi-generational co-housing, where elderly couples live side by side with young families?
Populism on the Rise
Europe - 2016
2016 saw the rise of populist politics throughout Europe and America, with nationalist sentiment at an all-time high. Will this trend continue unabated throughout Europe’s upcoming elections?
New Zealand - 2013
In light of New Zealand's high court ruling allowing Kim Dotcom's extradition to the US, we revisit this 2013 report that meets this larger than life character, who some claim is the internet's biggest pirate.
Quipu: Calling for Justice
Peru - 2017
In the late '90s, over 200,000 women were sterilised in Peru. Ostensibly part of a family planning initiative, thousands have since claimed it was done against their will. This is their fight for justice.
The Funeral Bombing
Yemen - 2017
Over 140 mourners were killed at a Yemeni funeral hall in the Saudi-led coalition's October 2016 air-strike. This report examines the coalition's role in deploying Western-made bombs on the civilians.
Settlers on the March
Israel/Palestine - 2015
Netanyahu today revealed his support for the two-state solution, a topic that will dominate his talks with President Trump. This 2015 report explores the impact of the Jewish Home party on the region's fragile peace.
Citizens Watch on Mexico Border
United States - 2017
In the Arizona desert, a group of highly armed men are on the alert. With no official recognition, they are vigilantes who patrol the US border; but are these amateur militias more of a threat than a service?
North Korea's Information War
South Korea - 2017
North Korea’s totalitarian government exercises tight control of all media consumed within its borders to maintain power over nearly 25 million citizens. But some who have escaped the country are smuggling media on USB sticks in the hope of helping North Koreans learn about life outside the country.