Producer: Anke RasperBitter schisms over new conscription law in Israel
Bitter schisms are emerging in Israel as political parties wrangle over rewriting the Tal Law, which dictates who is conscripted and who is exempt from military service at the age of 18. As the clock ticks down to the 25th of July deadline for a new law to be passed, Orthodox Jews and Israeli Arabs are sticking to their figurative guns and resisting the draft.
Report: Vanessa O'Brien
In Belgrade, large settlements of Roma people are being evicted from their homes with very little warning, no recourse and at times, no alternative accommodation. This presents a particularly acute problem for tens of thousands of refugees and Internally Displaced Persons from Kosovo, who can become essentially legally invisible.
Report: Daniel BishtonOn the road with a local politician in Papua New Guinea
A season of elections wrapped up last week in the democratic nation of Papua New Guinea. Just 37 years into its independent history it's a nation still very much sorting through what that newfound freedom means. For six weeks, Emily Richmond hit the campaign trail with East New Britain regional candidate Levi Orong. What follows is a story of democracy unlike any other place in the world.
Report: Emily Richmond