The last few years have been decisive for the Turkish state. Once fiercely democratic and secular, Turkey under Erdogan has seen an erosion of liberties and the consolidation of power in one man's hands.
Russian Federation - 2017
Two-thirds of Russians identify corruption as the country's number one problem. As fear of the state starts to fade, will a new wave of anti-corruption opposition continue to rise against the government?
Ireland - 2013
This shocking 2013 investigation reveals the Irish roots of the horsemeat scandal, uncovering a criminal harvest of thousands of horses, which netted millions and stretches well beyond Ireland's borders.
Worth Dying For
Honduras - 2017
The violent murder of prolific environmentalist Berta Cáceres last year shook Honduras. More Hondurans are killed per capita than anywhere else in the world for defending land and over 80% of cases go unsolved.
A Young Nation
Oman - 2017
Oman has a young and ambitious population who are looking to break the traditional route taken by their parents. Inspired by Western culture, many young people are venturing into the world of entrepreneurship.
Venezuela - 2017
After months of social unrest, Venezuela teeters on the brink of collapse. Thousands are now fleeing into neighbouring Colombia in search of better prospects - but no easy life awaits them.
Tiny Home Rebel
United States - 2017
Los Angeles is in the midst of a severe homelessness crisis. As the city struggles to respond, one man has his own unique solution. But is it safe, and can he evade authorities to give shelter to the homeless?
Enemy of the State?
Turkey - 2016
Despite ISIS on the doorstep of Europe, perhaps the greatest threat to Turkish democracy and freedom lies within the state itself. After 13 years of leadership, has Erdoğan's strong-arm state reached too far?
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.
United States - 2017
A new space race is underway - driven by private enterprise, companies are competing to build extensive satellite networks. But what are the implications of this new era of privatised space exploration?