On this week's show: We speak to anti-government protesters in Thailand and look back at the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. Also, we visit South Africa for World AIDS Day, and get to know a survivor of the Paris Concorde crash.
Produced by: Neil King, André Leslie, Nancy Isenson, Jürgen Kuhn and Gerd Georgii.
Angry demonstrators in Thailand have been out in force these last few days speaking up against Yingluck Shinawatra. They say the Prime Minister is being unduly influenced by her brother, Thaksin Shinawatra.
Report: Ron Corben, Bangkok
British author Adrian Levy, together with his partner Cathy Scott-Clark, has written "The Siege" - a detailed account of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
Interview: Neil King and André Leslie
In South Africa more than 1.9 million children have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Most of the time, grandparents are forced to provide the care.
Report: Tracey Boomguard, Johannesburg
On July 25, 2000, an Air France Concorde crashed into a hotel near Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport shortly after taking off. We speak to one woman who was in that hotel when the crash occurred.
Report: Stuart Holdsworth, London
Jerusalem council has issued demolition orders for a handful of high rises that were built without any legal permission in a part of the city that’s ignored by the authorities.
Report: Marijke Peters, East Jerusalem
Refugees from Africa continue to flock to Europe in dangerously small boats. We visit a group of 29 Africans who have now made it onto the Italian mainland.
Report: John Laurenson, Camini, Italy