On this week's show: Naming Pakistan's drone dead, up-close and personal with a Syrian sniper and why banning the Muslim Brotherhood might not be such a good idea. Then community action from Detroit to Rio de Janeiro... if the state won't help you, then maybe your neighbours just might!
Produced by Neil King, Kate Laycock, Nancy Isenson, Claudia Rak and Angelik Müller
Jack Serle of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism introduces a new online project which aims to break down the secrecy surrounding CIA drone strikes in Pakistan by providing information about the identity of the victims.
Interview: Kate Laycock
How a computer repairman became a sniper in the Free Syrian Army, and then ended up as a guard at a border crossing with Turkey.
Report: Zack Baddorf
Earlier this year, British-Egyptian lawyer Hafsa Halawa was given a suspended sentence in Egypt's crackdown on foreign funded NGOs. Nevertheless, she argues that banning the Muslim Brotherhood is not a good idea.
Interview: Neil King
With Michigan's once proud motor city laid low by bankruptcy, citizens are stepping in to fill the gaps left by the state. Take Detroit Soup, for example, where diners get to vote on which community project they want their meal to fund.
Report: Beenish Ahmed
In crisis-ridden Greece, a network of volunteer-run crisis clinics is providing citizens with the medical care denied them by the state.
Report: Nikolia Apostolou
Meet the Israeli women who keep vigil at checkpoints between Israel and the West Bank, monitoring the crossings in order to ensure that Palestinians' rights are respected.
Report: Kate Shuttleworth
A tour of Rio de Janeiro's former Museum of the Indian in the company of its indigenous occupiers. The state wants to raise the building to create a car park for the World Cup, but the squatters have other ideas...
Report: Dom Phillips