Reporter Karishma Vyas investigates a female movement who idolise President Trump, putting him at the heart of their anti-feminist, traditional family values
Marcel Theroux meets the Japanese schoolgirls seeking pop stardom performing for mostly older male fans. A cultural quirk, or is something more sinister going on in the Japanese music industry?
Krishnan Guru-Murthy travels to Mali, where continual fighting has severely impacted tourism and threatened the upkeep of significant historic sites
Sahar Zand meets Iraq's new social media stars. They've got millions of followers, but, as Unreported World finds out, fame can have deadly consequences.
Adnan Sarwar meet pupils, parents and teachers trying to survive at a primary school caught in a turf war between lawless drug-dealing gangs in Cape Town, South Africa
Reporter Seyi Rhodes explores the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian's rampage through the Bahamas
Ade Adepitan reports from the Republic of the Congo on the plight of the Baka tribe, who are under threat as the forests where they hunt are turned into a national park
Reporter Sahar Zand travels to Nicaragua, where President Ortega has launched a crackdown on the independent media in a country gripped by civil disruption and economic chaos
In Madagascar, Unreported World investigates the extraordinary stories of children locked up in adult prisons for up to three years before their cases are heard in court
Krishnan Guru-Murthy meets Vittorio Brumotti, a fearless TV reporter who's taking on mafia drug-dealers and gangsters in southern Italy
Marcel Theroux meets people - including children - who've fallen foul of Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws, and the lawyers and activists who are determined to see them sentenced to death
Seyi Rhodes explores Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's impact on the country's LGBT community, amid reports that Brazil is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be LGBT