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Shelter: Iran's race to build a life-saving COVID ward

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Shelter: Iran's race to build a life-saving COVID ward

As one of Tehran’s oldest hospitals reaches capacity during the pandemic, the urgent construction of a new ward begins.

As one of Tehran’s oldest hospitals reaches capacity during the pandemic, the urgent construction of a new ward begins.

Catching the rain in India: Dead Lakes Alive

In a race against India's looming water shortage, Anand Malligavad takes on his city’s water woes one lake at a time.

In a race against India's looming water shortage, Anand Malligavad takes on his city’s water woes one lake at a time.

The Casteless Collective: India's musical activists

A protest music band from southern India emerges as an exciting headline act to highlight social issues.

A protest music band from southern India emerges as an exciting headline act to highlight social issues.

Midnight Traveler: An Afghan family film their own asylum journey

Afghan director Hassan Fazili is forced to flee the country with his family when the Taliban puts a bounty on his head.

Afghan director Hassan Fazili is forced to flee the country with his family when the Taliban puts a bounty on his head.

Zainab's Legacy: A father's fight for justice in Pakistan

A grief-stricken father seeks justice after his seven-year-old daughter is raped and murdered in Pakistan.

A grief-stricken father seeks justice after his seven-year-old daughter is raped and murdered in Pakistan.

Seeing Again: Reliving the horrors of Peru's civil war

Indigenous survivors of Peru's civil war see photos taken during the brutal conflict, stirring memories from the past.

Indigenous survivors of Peru's civil war see photos taken during the brutal conflict, stirring memories from the past.

Bulgarian Dream: German pensioners retiring abroad

A woman packs up everything in her beloved home in Germany to retire to Bulgaria where she can afford to live.

A woman packs up everything in her beloved home in Germany to retire to Bulgaria where she can afford to live.

Hakamada: Japan's death row

Iwao Hakamada, the world’s longest-held death row prisoner, and his sister fight for his freedom.

Iwao Hakamada, the world’s longest-held death row prisoner, and his sister fight for his freedom.

Depot Asmara: A Story of Eritrea’s Railway

A train driver and mechanic lovingly maintain an old steam railway in Eritrea, revealing their country's past.

A train driver and mechanic lovingly maintain an old steam railway in Eritrea, revealing their country's past.

The Brother: Muscular dystrophy and dreams of being an anime hero

At night, Kais, who has muscular dystrophy, dreams that he is an anime hero fighting a ruthless intergalactic villain.

At night, Kais, who has muscular dystrophy, dreams that he is an anime hero fighting a ruthless intergalactic villain.

Mrs F: Nigeria's Women Walk on Water

A Nigerian theatre director encourages women from Makoko in Lagos to participate in a play about violence against women.

A Nigerian theatre director encourages women from Makoko in Lagos to participate in a play about violence against women.

Italy's COVID Hotline: Inside a pandemic call centre

An Italian Carabinieri volunteer fields desperate phone calls during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

An Italian Carabinieri volunteer fields desperate phone calls during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Remandee: Indefinite detention in Zambia

A prisoner on long-term remand in Zambia works to heal his relationship with his wife and young daughter.

A prisoner on long-term remand in Zambia works to heal his relationship with his wife and young daughter.

Finding Selam: A gateway into Ethiopia's complicated history

A filmmaker is determined to find out what became of her aunt who disappeared in the 1970s Ethiopian revolution.

A filmmaker is determined to find out what became of her aunt who disappeared in the 1970s Ethiopian revolution.

How Far I'll Go: From Indonesia to the US, a story of friendship

Two visually impaired friends seek strength from each other as they prepare for adulthood in two very different worlds.

Two visually impaired friends seek strength from each other as they prepare for adulthood in two very different worlds.

Chechnya's Dance: Reviving tradition after the war

A Chechen dancer and choreographer finds peace through his country’s traditional dance as a new ruler emerges.

A Chechen dancer and choreographer finds peace through his country’s traditional dance as a new ruler emerges.

Pandemic19: On the front line of the US coronavirus outbreak

The video diaries of three doctors working to save lives in the US during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

The video diaries of three doctors working to save lives in the US during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

First Steps: Navigating motherhood as a recovering addict in US

Three mothers battle drug addictions as they fight for custody of their children in a rehabilitation centre in the US.

Three mothers battle drug addictions as they fight for custody of their children in a rehabilitation centre in the US.

Status Pending: On the front lines of immigration law in the US

On the front lines of immigration law in the US.

On the front lines of immigration law in the US.

Presenting Princess Shaw: The rise of a YouTube singing sensation

An aspiring musician in the US inspires a famous YouTube artist, Kutiman, in a collaboration that goes viral.

An aspiring musician in the US inspires a famous YouTube artist, Kutiman, in a collaboration that goes viral.

Soldiers open fire on protesters in Nigeria’s Lagos

Footage posted on social media shows several hundred people demonstrating, in defiance of a curfew imposed hours earlier by authorities.

Footage posted on social media shows several hundred people demonstrating, in defiance of a curfew imposed hours earlier by authorities.