In 2019, 300 children were shot and killed on the streets of Cape Town thanks to escalating gang violence. Dateline meets the teachers and students from a primary school caught in the crossfire.
The Greek island of Lesbos needs summer tourists for its coronavirus COVID-19 recovery, but it's also home to Europe's biggest refugee camp. We meet the locals torn between welcoming tourists, or refugees.
Zoos have been forced to close during coronavirus COVID-19 with many on the brink of collapse. Dateline meets UK zookeepers fighting to protect animals locked up during lockdown and ask if zoos have a future.
We investigate how coronavirus COVID-19 is disrupting food production in Australia, the UK, and Germany. Are there enough workers to ensure crops are harvested and food makes it to the table?
As coronavirus COVID-19 shuts borders, one Australian with multiple sclerosis is trying to get to Russia for a stem cell transplant, while another has just had treatment and can't get home.
Could China's rapidly ageing population derail the world's largest economy? Dateline looks at how the breakdown of traditional family values is impacting aged care.
One in five children in China are now severely overweight. We meet the families taking drastic measures, sending their teenagers to military-style weight loss camps.
Before the world went into lockdown, the UK was swamped by a knife crime epidemic. This program investigates why Birmingham has seen a 20 percent rise in fatal stabbings over the last year.
As Paris starts to emerge from a COVID-19 lockdown, we look at how the pandemic has amplified divisions between the rich and poor.
Spain has had more than 25,000 coronavirus COVID-19 deaths and endured one of the harshest lockdowns in the world. Dateline looks at how the nation has coped and whether it’s really ready to ease restrictions.
Over half a million tourists visit Machu Picchu in Peru each year. What happens when coronavirus COVID-19 locks them out? We meet the locals adapting to isolation and a tourist drought.
Can ordinary Israelis and Palestinians succeed where politicians have failed by negotiating a solution for Middle East peace? Will COVID-19 bring solidarity instead of division to the table?
Tourist hotspot Venice is now a ghost town. The water's clearer, but businesses are going bust. We go inside northern Italy's COVID-19 crisis to see how the area has changed and how locals are coping.
Dateline follows a reverend and his crew as they endeavour to help the homeless community in LA cope with coronavirus COVID-19. Reverend Andy Bales is getting them off the streets and into shelters, implementing social distancing inside the shelter, setting up sanitisation stations, and enlisting volunteers to feed the homeless and provide medical care. Andy and his team of staff and volunteers are risking their own health to try and prevent the virus spreading amongst the homeless.
In the townships around Cape Town, a turf war is escalating. With rival gangs carrying out daily shootings, 279 children were killed last year, and one primary school is caught in the crossfire.
New Zealand is in the grip of a housing crisis. We meet the struggling families living in one of the world's most unaffordable cities, and the man helping the homeless become owners.
In Fiji, reporter Evan Williams gains exclusive access to law enforcement officials, drug dealers and social workers on the frontline of Fiji's drug war, exploring the devastating impact from this multibillion-dollar illegal trade.
This episode goes inside the Iowa caucus at the start of the Democratic race to the White House. We ask why this sleepy state is given so much political power, and whether it represents wider America.
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