China is stepping up the pressure on 'renegade province' Taiwan to drag it into the mainland fold. Bill Birtles travels to Taiwan as it battles to keep its independence and democracy from China.
Craig Reucassel investigates the future of food, where plant and animal cell-based meat substitutes challenge America's multibillion-dollar meat industry.
Democrat or despot? Brazil's new strongman is cracking down on rampant crime - but many fear the 'Trump of the Tropics' is turning his country into a police state, Sally Sara reports.
A secretive billionaire family pushes a pill that triggers more deaths than guns or car crashes. From backwoods Appalachia to hi-tech San Francisco, Conor Duffy investigates America's opioid scourge.
The 'Floating City' is sinking under rising seas and the weight of mass tourism. Now Venice's residents are fighting to reclaim it, as Samantha Hawley reports.
Lovestruck couple Azad and Bercem are about to get married. They want the usual things - kids, a nice house, a car. They’re just hoping war doesn’t get in the way. Azad and Bercem live in the town of Kobani in north eastern Syria, smack bang in the former territory of Islamic State. Their dream of a normal, peaceful life is shared by millions of fellow Kurds who now lead control of this area and are carving out a bold new system – a direct, secular democracy that enshrines gender equality. For Azad and Bercem, that means getting married in a civil ceremony, no sheikh required. In the drably named Autonomous Administration of North Eastern Syria, women hold 50 percent of official positions. Incredibly, Raqqa, the once notorious capital of Islamic State, is now headed by a young woman, Leila Mustapha. The bomber jacket-clad Mustapha is using her civil engineering skills to rebuild the city which will include a makeover of the square where IS displayed crucified and decapitated bodies.
They sound like science fiction, but radical remedies to slow global warming are on the way. Eric Campbell goes in search of crazy brave ideas to save the world.
As Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un ready for their late February summit, we take a unique and inspiring journey into rural North Korea where local doctors join with international volunteers to heal the sick.
This is no armchair spectator sport. ABC Indonesia Correspondent David Lipson ventures into the fanatical, often deadly, arena of Indonesian soccer.
Two young men escape the misery of Manus Island to forge new lives in North America. Reporter Eric Tlozek charts their progress and their pitfalls over 18 months.
It's touted as Europe's most beautiful island - but the people of Sardinia are getting sick and dying mysteriously. Fingers are pointing at secret bomb tests and war games by the world's armies, as Emma Alberici reports.
Vanilla hustlers in dusty streets. Vanilla brokers in vanilla-built palaces. Vanilla crops threatening rare lemurs' jungle homes. On a wild ride through Madagascar, Adam Harvey finds there's nothing plain about vanilla.
What drives Tatyana, 21, heavily pregnant and with two tiny kids in tow, or 13-year-old Daniel, to make an epic trek over thousands of kilometres? Eric Campbell tells the stories of the people behind Trump's wall.
In India's far east, wild elephants are in deadly, daily conflict with people. Siobhan Heanue follows the clashes as roaming herds get squeezed by shrinking forests and a growing human population.
It’s a Greek tale of tragedy, heroism and mind-blowing incompetence: the 2018 Attica wildfires. Eric Campbell tells the story of the world’s deadliest bushfire since Australia’s Black Saturday in 2009 - and the fury in its aftermath.
China is marrying Big Brother to Big Data. Every citizen will be watched and their behaviour scored in the most ambitious and sophisticated system of social control in history. Matthew Carney reports on what's innocuously called "social credit".
A wild piece of coast was threatened by malls and McMansions … until a reclusive billionaire couple arrived with the gift of a lifetime. Zoe Daniel reports on how Jack and Laura Dangermond saved a 10,000 hectare tract of California's pristine coast, and its hinterland of oak forests, hills, canyons and grasslands.
Is it okay for a man to proposition a woman in the street or at work? Some leading French women say yes. In Paris, guest reporter Annabel Crabb asks what happens when #MeToo rubs up against Pepe Le Pew.
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