Meet the formidable women in Georgia who fought for democracy and won. They faced generations of racism and voter suppression, inspiring record black voter turnout. Now their sights are set on the American South.
Once a city of protest, now a city of fear. Bill Birtles chronicles freedom's final days as Hong Kong activists face a stark choice: should they stay and fight for democracy, risking jail or flee and campaign from abroad?
He was poisoned, almost blinded, arrested and jailed but Alexei Navalny isn't cowed. He wants to force out President Putin and he's risking his life to do it. The inside story of Navalny's plan to take down the President.
The women are rising. With their men jailed, Belarusian women have stepped on to the frontlines of the revolution. Inspired by a fearless great-grandmother, they won't give up till they've toppled their President.
As Japan commemorates the 10th anniversary of the tsunami, Mark Willacy travels along the north-eastern coast to meet the fishermen and communities affected by a $17 billion project to build a new seawall running 400km.
Bali's natural beauty and rich culture have made it a top holiday destination but since COVID hit the island is struggling. Locals are now questioning their dependence on tourism and the over-development it has unleashed.
New Zealand's clean, green image hides a dirty truth. Polluted by intensive dairy farming, its waterways are some of the most degraded in the world. Will the Ardern government clean it up or will the Maori take control?