This week, World Stories takes a look at amendments to Singapore's draconian death penalty laws. We've also got a report from Pakistan about a man who has devoted his life to helping others and we travel to Venezuela to find out how to make the perfect cup of coffee. In Baghdad, we visit a center that cares for young children with autism and find out how Russians like to pamper their pets.
Mangrove forests are being replanted and new coral reefs seeded in coastal areas of Java devastated by a tsunami in 2006. Despite the huge advances in HIV/AIDS therapy, poverty and tight budgets mean it can be hard to get treatment in parts of the United States.