Produced and presented by Anke RasperPeople in Mali face major economic crisis
The economic impact of the crisis in Mali is rapidly being felt throughout the country. A coup in March led to the occupation in the north of the country by al-Qaida linked militants. Foreign embassies are advising against all travel - crippling the once thriving tourism sector. Many foreign NGOs have shut down operations and Malians are facing job losses alongside an increase in food prices.Egyptian filmmakers impacted by political upheaval
Egypt's current political situation also has a big impact on the film industy. The recent Cairo International Film Festival was the first to be held after the revolution and became a controversial event. Filmmakers and actors are among Mohamed Mursi's most vocal critics. Richard Duebel reports from Egypt on the oldest of the Arab World's cinemas as it faces fresh government censorship.Landmine victims continue to suffer without adequate help
The global campaign to ban landmines generally is a story of success: Never before has there been so much money available for anti-mine-programmes. But when it comes to financing help for the victims of mines, the figures have dropped dramatically, as Claudia Witte and Andreas Grigo report.Iwan Fals - Indonesia's most popular political singer-songwriter
He has been referred to as "Indonesia's Bob Dylan" : Iwan Fals. He has been on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine's Indonesia edition, and was named one of TIME's Asian Heroes. His music serves as a voice of the people against social injustices. With over 30 albums released and a new one on the way, he continues to be a unique voice in Indonesia.