Is justice dying in Egypt? A brighter future for South Africa? Syrian families dream of homes they have lost and Chilean families camp outside their quake damaged ones. And, changing society through education in Pakistan.
Produced by Gerd Georgii, Emma Wallis, Neil King and Nancy Isenson
On Monday, a judge in Egypt called for a total of 720 people to be sentenced to death in two separate cases. The size and the speed of these cases has prompted Mohamed Elmessiry of Amnesty to wonder if this is the end of fair trials?
Interview: Emma Wallis and Neil King
With just days to go before the general election in South Africa, the ANC is on course for yet another landslide victory. But not everyone is so happy with them. Miners at Marikana mine continue to strike for better conditions.
Report: Ashley Byrne
Communities in northern Chile are still struggling to recover from an 8.2 Magnitude earthquake that struck the region on April 1. Six people died and thousands of homes were damaged, leaving many without a place to stay.
Report: Eilís O'Neill, Chile
The war in Syria continues. In almost three years, more than 140,000 people have been killed and nearly half a million wounded. In Turkey, some Syrian refugees are working together to help those injured in the conflict.
Report: Zack Baddorf, Reyhanli, Turkey
A British photo journalist has been documenting the plight of Syrian refugees. Bradley Secker came up with the idea of snapping people's hands holding the house keys from the homes they were forced to abandon or lost.
Interview: Neil King and Emma Wallis
In Pakistan, education costs. But one man is hoping to change that and society at the same time. He ended up volunteering to teach street children who couldn't otherwise afford an education.
Report: Malik Ayub Sumbal, Islamabad, Pakistan