In a country where sexual assault is considered a taboo subject, one woman shocked Japan by going public with allegations she was raped by a well-known TV journalist.
This program investigates the illegal wildlife trade in Sulawesi and how it's wiping out rare and endemic species. Once dubbed the Galapagos of Asia, can it be saved before it's too late?
In Malaysia, fishermen are bombing one of the world's most valuable coral reefs, risking both the environment and their lives to put food on the table.
Big is beautiful in Mauritania, but at what cost? Young girls are being force-fed more than 10,000 calories a day, more than five times the recommended amount, to fatten them up for marriage.
Hong Kong has more ultra-rich people than any other country, yet one in five people still live in poverty. This program asks: Why is the gap between rich and poor so extreme?
Brexit is threatening a precarious peace in Northern Ireland. We're on the Irish border as the deadline passes to see what the future holds.
He's called the Trump of the Tropics. But will President Bolsonaro sacrifice the Amazon, and its indigenous people, in order to 'make Brazil great again'?
As Christchurch mourns the loss of 50 lives in the brutal mosque shootings, Dateline meets the families of the close knit Islamic community to hear their harrowing stories.
The emotional story of Greg Kelly's struggle with early onset dementia. Before Greg passed away, this program followed him to Denmark to experience a unique care alternative: a dementia village.
As news of Jamal Khashoggi's murder breaks, we are on the ground in Saudi Arabia investigating the kingdom's new reforms for women. But are the reforms genuine? Do they go far enough?
As voters hit the polls for the US mid-term elections Dateline heads to Iowa, a swing state that could stall President Trump's agenda.
Melbourne's Greek community leapt to action when wildfires killed 99 people in the Greek seaside town of Mati. This program follows their search for answers and their quest to help the fire ravaged town.
How has the Dominican Republic, famed for its Caribbean lifestyle, become a hotbed for sex tourism with underage boys and girls, and what is being done to stop it?
Last year, 138 prison inmates were killed in Brazil's overcrowded and violent system. But could those on the inside be trusted to keep law and order if they were handed the keys?
Tinder has turned the dating game on its head. But for one young woman, a simple swipe right would go on to save her life. A simple swipe on Tinder brings the possibility of love or perhaps heartbreak. But would you expect to find a new kidney? That’s the story for New York couple Alana Duran and Lori Intercello, who started their romance on the online dating app, before realising they were a match in more ways than one. Alana has lupus - a disease triggered by a malfunction in the body’s immune system which causes it to start attacking itself. At only 25 years old she has already had a hip replacement and a pacemaker installed, and had been waiting on the kidney transplant list for years. Despite meeting on Tinder a few months earlier, Lori Interlicchio went through all the necessary tests to find out if her kidney was match for Alana. Hiding her test results at the bottom of a giant box of birthday goodies, she recorded Alana’s emotional reaction to the news. The video has since racked up hundreds of thousands of views, and made headlines around the world. For Lori, watching Alana’s laborious dialysis treatments made the decision a no-brainer.
Do dogs belong on the dinner plate? South Korea is in the middle of a war over a cultural practice as the younger generation defends canines in a battle against customs and tradition.
New Zealand's Maoris are famed the world over for their warrior culture. But in a country with the highest teen suicide rate in the world, why are Maori boys barely holding on?
In Mongolia's capital, people are literally dying to breathe. This episode, we visit a city with some of the dirtiest air in the world.
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