Outlook: Making Movies in North Korea08/04/15
Australian filmmaker Anna Broinowski had rare access to North Korea's film industry.
Outlook: I Was Groomed by a Paedophile Gang
Sarah Wilson was one of the underaged girls abused by a gang in Rotherham, England
I Was Groomed by a Paedophile Gang
Rotherham is a deprived, industrial town in the north of England, which has been at the centre of a national sex abuse scandal. It's been revealed that as many as 1400 underage girls may have been groomed and abused by gangs over a period of 16 years....
Outlook: Outlook Weekend: Pick of the Week
African-American ballerina Raven Wilkinson, Syrian refugee, Chinese author Murong Xuecun
Outlook: Mystery of the Wetsuit Migrants
Identifying two dead bodies washed up in identical wetsuits in Norway and the Netherlands
Mystery of the wetsuit migrants
Earlier this year, two dead bodies were found in identical wetsuits. One was on a beach in Norway, the other on a beach in the Netherlands. The police in both countries were unable to identify the men. But a Norwegian journalist called Anders...
Outlook: From Football Hooligan to Top Lawyer
After a spell as a football hooligan, Gary Bell defied expectations to become a top lawyer
Putting my rapists in jail
In 2008 Jes Foord was gang raped by a group of five men in South Africa. She survived and, a year after the attack, started the Jes Foord Foundation. Jes decided she would openly tell her story to women across South Africa and today her organisation...
I Saved Baby From Our Migrant Boat
Doaa al Zamel from Syria has won an award for bravery after the most horrendous experience trying to reach Europe. She's just 19. Three years ago, her family fled the violence at home and tried to make a new life in Egypt. But it wasn't working out...
Bhutan's condom man
"Condom man" is a familiar sight around the Bhutanese capital city Thimpu. His real name is Tshering Nidup and once he's finished his day job as a public health worker, he hops into his customised white van and drives around town handing out free...
Why I wanted a Xhosa circumcision
Ndibulele Sobhoyisi and Estiaan Swanepoel are both 18 years old, and best friends. They're from South Africa's Eastern Cape and last week they returned from a month at a Xhosa initiation school. This is an important coming of age ritual, where boys...
Bhutan's Happiness Guru
In the 1970s the King of Bhutan announced that the happiness of the population was a better measure of national success than the economic indicator, Gross Domestic Product, or GDP. Saamdu Chetri has been charged with overseeing Bhutan's happiness and...
Afghan Soldier Who Saved Parliament
Esa Khan, the 28 year old Afghan soldier who single-handedly took on a group of Taliban militants who attempted to storm Kabul's parliament last month. He was honoured for his actions by President Ashraf Ghani and posters of him now hang in public...
A story of life after Ebola.
Ebola has returned to Liberia - we hear from a survivor.
Basketball was My Escape From Syria
Syrian basketball star Michael Madanly on being in exile
Challenging HIV Stigma in Bhutan
The couple who braved stigma in Bhutan by going public as both being HIV positive
Could This Man Have Saved the World?
Stanislav Petrov; the man who had to decide whether to launch a nuclear strike
Outlook Weekend: Pick of the Week
Widow of Murdered Activist , Teen Spelling Star, The Dalai Lama's translator
Murdered blogger's wife speaks out
Bonya Ahmed's life was torn apart in February when she and her husband were attacked by men with machetes on the streets of Dhaka. She was badly injured but her husband Avijit Roy died. Avijit was well-known for promoting a scientific and secular view...
Fisherman Who Saved Drowning Migrants
In the first three months of this year, the United Nations estimate that 25,000 Rohingya people have fled persecution in Myanmar and Bangladesh by boat. Members of the minority Muslim group find themselves crammed on to rickety vessels by human...
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