For nearly a decade UN peacekeepers have stayed immune to criminal liability while facing allegations of rape and sexual exploitation across the globe. We hear from victims of their abuses in Haiti.
Rethinking Cancer Trials
United States - 2017
Data gleaned through clinical trials is invaluable to researchers racing to find cancer treatments. With less than 5% of Americans taking part in trials, doctors are looking for ways to boost participation.
Bikers For Peace
Iraq - 2017
The Iraq Bikers are the nation's first motorcycle club, set up to promote unity across the country. As uncertainty continues to rock Iraq, this multi-faith club is providing much needed hope.
Israel/Palestine - 2009
Despite Obama's attempt to halt Israeli settlements, hundreds of Palestinians continue to be evicted in the sacred land of East Jerusalem. This powerful front-line report challenges the Israelis over the practice.
Marshall Islands - 2017
The Pacific paradise of Enewtak Atoll harbours a devastating secret - the toxic legacy of nuclear testing. Following a careless cleanup operation the Dome on Runit island continues to poison the life surrounding it.
Cyprus' Missing Citizens
Cyprus - 2017
Hundreds of people vanished during the conflict between Greek and Turkish Cypriots in the 1970s. Now a team of scientists from the UN is trying to uncover the truth behind Cyprus' missing citizens.
Zimbabwe - 2017
Pouring champagne over a luxury watch to prove it's real is the kind of excessive behaviour that enraged Zimbabweans. After Mugabe's fall from power more news of his family's lavish lifestyle has come to light.
Glyphosate: The Poisoned Debate
Switzerland - 2017
The EU has said yes to a new five-year lease for the controversial pesticide Glyphosate. Posing questions about its potential dangers to our health, this report follows those fighting for and against the chemical.
Bracing for Brexit
Ireland - 2017
The UK's vote to leave the European Union will have wide-ranging consequences, not just limited to Britain. PBS travelled to the Republic of Ireland to find out how people there will be affected.
A Universal Flu Vaccine
United States - 2017
Vaccines for the flu, or influenza, are still only 20 to 60 percent effective. Researchers across the world are trying to develop a universal and longer-lasting solution to the potentially deadly virus.