Is the partner you met online really who they say they are? Dateline finds that hiring private detectives to investigate lovers is big business in India, as modern technology challenges age-old tradition.
Children in New York can be jailed as adults and held in solitary confinement for years at a time. Dateline investigates the impact and asks if it's effectively a life sentence.
In Damascus, rubble is the playground for the next generation of Syrians. In Denmark, children are encouraged to run free in the forests. Tuesday's Dateline explores the age of innocence in two different worlds.
What's it like living in Canada's frozen and remote Arctic Circle? Polar bears roam the streets and everything in daily life has its own unique challenge. Join Dateline on polar patrol in the first episode of 2016.
The award-winning program allows viewers to walk in the shoes of others in search of the inspiration and surprise in every global story.
Undercover filming reveals that electric shock therapy and drugs are still being used as 'cures' for gay people in China, while police closely monitor activists campaigning against it.
Children as young as eight are being recruited as IS soldiers and suicide bombers. Dateline reveals disturbing images of them in action and the punishment for those who don't obey.
They're the farmworkers who feed America, but migrant labourers remain underprivileged and exploited. Now, the newest generation is fighting back and Donald Trump is in their sights.
Meet South Korea's binge eating broadcasters, who share meals with hundreds of fans over webcam. But is the country's new food obsession just a recipe for modern loneliness?
What happened to the Syrian refugees Dateline last met after reaching Italy by boat? Their epic journey continues to Germany - the government says they're welcome, but what's the reality?
Dateline reveals the hacktivists waging a hidden cyber war in Syria. It's now said to be as dangerous as the very public civil war, but who's backing these virtual militants?
Australian ice addicts are turning to extreme vomit treatment in Thailand, but can it break their habit? Dateline investigates the best techniques to tackle the issue of Australia having one of the highest rates of ice use in the world.
Mums in China are expected to stay indoors with their babies for a whole month after birth. Now this age-old ritual is becoming big business with extravagant services to meet every need.
Imagine choosing to die when you don't have a terminal illness. Dateline gets rare access to film a woman's journey to the end in the most liberal country towards euthanasia, Belgium.
Cuba is undergoing a new revolution, but what does it mean for its people? Tuesday's Dateline explores a country on the cusp of great political change through one of its greatest exports - music.
Every day in the US, at least three women are murdered by their partners - most are shot. Dateline examines the domestic violence epidemic and asks if weak laws are putting lives at risk.
Australian journalist Alan Morison and his Thai colleague Chutima Sidasathian exposed the plight of the Rohingya, so why are they now on trial and facing seven years in a Thai jail for reporting the truth?
Patrick Otema was born deaf in remote Uganda and at 15-years-old has never had a conversation. Can a determined group of sign language teachers help youngsters like him break their silence?
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