A British man finds a novel way around floodwaters, the human toll of reprisals in the Central African Republic and the far-from glamorous life of an acclaimed actor. Also, a Palestinian boy thriving after a life-giving gift from an Israeli family, Kenyans poking fun at the aid sector and a superhero who battles stereotypes.
Produced by Gerd Georgi, Emma Wallis, Samantha Early and Nancy Isenson
As southern parts of the United Kingdom battle floodwaters following record-breaking rainfall, affected homeowners are expressing their frustration. Transport is difficult, but Wraysbury local Peter Kavanagh has come up with a novel way to get around.
Report: Kitty Logan, Wraysbury, UK
Amnesty International's senior crisis advisor Joanne Mariner has been documenting attacks on civilians by militia in the Central African Republic. She's saddened by the sudden outbreak of violence between Christians and Muslims in a country with a tradition of relative sectarian harmony.
Interview: Samantha Early and Emma Wallis
At least four people have been killed this year as Cambodian security forces fired on protesting textile factory workers. Among the garment workers taking part in weeks of protests was 25-year-old Chem Chan, who has spent the past seven years sewing six days a week.
Report: Kyle James, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A year ago, Nazif Mujic was enjoying the acclaim of winning the best actor award at the Berlinale film festival. The true story of his battle to save his wife's life after a miscarriage captured audiences. After returning home to Bosnia a star, he's now seeking asylum in Germany.
Report: Melanie Sevcenco, Berlin, Germany
It's a boy, it's a girl. Those are the first words parents expect with the arrival of a new baby. But about one in every 2,000 babies doesn't fit clearly into the definitions male or female. For Victoria Cantons, being born intersex led to years of confusion.
Report: Lyndsey Melling, London, UK
An Israeli family has turned the tragic loss of their three-year-old son into a second chance at life for a seriously ill Palestinian boy. Following a successful kidney transplant, young Yaacoub Ibhesat, 11, is now fulfilling his lifelong ambition of riding his bike.
Report: Irris Makler, West Bank
Kenyans are turning the tables on the international aid sector by creating a 'mockumentary' series based at a Nairobi aid agency. It's an unlikely topic for a comedy, but producer Hussein Kurji finds inspiration in the absurd.
Interview: Emma Wallis and Samantha Early
The new Ms. Marvel superhero is a teenage Muslim who grew up in Jersey City, in the US. The comic's creator, G. Willow Wilson, a convert to Islam, hopes her character, Kamala Khan, will flip stereotypes on their head.
Report: Eilís O'Neill, Seattle