In late 2016, the Colombian government and the Marxist Farc guerrilleros signed a historic but controversial peace treaty, ending a five-decade conflict. However, the transition has not been without its problems.
China's Big Goal
China - 2017
China is executing a masterplan to dominate world football, pumping billions of dollars into buying up foreign players, coaches and entire European clubs, and grooming new generations of its own young stars.
Welcoming Trump's Immigrants
Canada - 2017
There's been a surge of immigrants from the United States into Canada since the start of the Trump Administration, with the president's promise of a crackdown on undocumented immigration and attempted travel bans.
Worked To Death
France - 2018
Highly specialised French dockworkers are fighting on two fronts: to protect their values and their identity in the face of technical advances, and to battle for their health as they are exposed to deadly toxins.
Less Than Lethal
United States - 2018
In the wake of many high-profile police shootings, American law enforcement officers are trying to find non-lethal solutions to traditional weapons, using both specialist training and technology.
Woman In The Line Of Fire
Israel/Palestine - 2018
Samar Abu Louf is the only female photojournalist on the Gaza frontline, but has not let this position of isolation prevent her from capturing unique and pertinent images of both war and peace.
Estonia's Technological Rise
Estonia - 2018
From soviet satellite to tech leader, the sky’s the limit for Estonia. A technological world leader, the country is paving the way for e-governance and revolutionary global commerce.
Working For The Enemy
Israel/Palestine - 2018
The Palestine territory of Gaza’s isolation from the West Bank permits Israeli forces to have significant leverage over residents. Tactics vary from blackmail to coercion, or even appealing to extremist ideals. This groundbreaking new report delves deep into this complex hidden world.
Germany - 2018
Since the crisis began in 2014, Germany has taken in more refugees than any other country in Europe. The German government now faces the task of smoothly assimilating this new influx into its population.
Carcinogenic Poisoning in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico - 2018
Puerto Rico's burgeoning coal industry might have saved the island over $500 million, but not without serious repercussions. The disastrous health problems affecting locals can no longer be ignored.