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Ade Adepitan goes undercover in Peru to reveal the shocking scale and the brazen nature of the illegal trade in protected wildlife in the Amazon jungle
Marcel Theroux meets one of Russia's biggest families as he investigates the Russian Orthodox Church's resurgence alongside a movement that promotes family, God and country, but that has a darker side
The USA's in the grip of an illiteracy crisis, with nearly one in five adults now unable to read. Unreported World visits Detroit, where two thirds of high school students struggle with basic reading.
In Lebanon, Syrian refugee children with serious medical conditions are suffering and dying while they wait for help that the international community offered them
Krishnan Guru-Murthy investigates whether the fledgling democracy in Myanmar (formerly Burma) is already under attack as Aung San Suu Kyi is accused of not bringing real freedom to many in the country
Seyi Rhodes reports from the set of a hit South Korean TV show that's made defectors from North Korea into TV stars, revealing what life's like under Kim Jong-un
Samoa and American Samoa have the world's worst obesity rates. Unreported World reveals how they're flooded with unhealthy food and fatty offcuts considered unfit for human consumption elsewhere.
Seyi Rhodes is in Senegal exploring the national obsession with wrestling. It's one of the fastest growing sports, offering young men the chance to earn big money in a poor nation.
Marcel Theroux explores the extraordinary world of China's music stars, inspired by hip-hop, punk and K-pop but working under increasing censorship and a deeply authoritarian government
As the Irish public prepare to vote on whether to alter legislation that makes abortion illegal in almost all circumstances, Unreported World meets women and families on each side of the debate
Seyi Rhodes meets people whose families and homes were torn apart by a huge mudslide in Sierra Leone in August that killed hundreds of people and destroyed the small town of Regent
Across India, gangs of Hindu vigilantes have been lynching Muslims who they accuse of killing cows or eating beef. Unreported World meets vigilantes, and families who've lost loved ones to the mobs.
More than 400 women died in witch-hunts in Tanzania in 2016. But some people think that there's more behind these attacks than a fear of the supernatural. Ade Adepitan investigates.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy investigates growing violent crime in Cancún, the jewel of Mexico's tourism industry
Yousra Elbagir visits the Mowasah hospital in Jordan where Doctors Without Borders surgeons are helping innocent victims of the wars in Syria, Iraq and Yemen
Leaked footage of the shocking treatment of young prisoners - most of them Aboriginal teenagers - in a juvenile detention centre in Australia has sparked outcry and a government inquiry