Stories from 11 September 2016
"By filling the information gap and removing barriers to funding, we hope to unlock capital for projects that alleviate poverty and further economic development where it is needed most."
Mothers are leading the fight against Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt, pinning their hopes on younger and future generations.
A Japanese artist is using traditional artisanal craft techniques to create compelling bamboo insects that have developed a devoted following online.
Shamel Al-Ahmad was a photographer from Aleppo who chose to stay behind to tell his city's story to the world. This was his last letter.
"It is a huge disappointment to see our fellow Puerto Rican policemen brothers being used as pawns to repress their own people."
Renho Murata will have to convince many that she and the newly formed Democratic Party are 'Japanese enough' if she wins the leadership nomination next week.
Welcome to the magical place where many people in the Central Asian country still spend their summers.
This is the first time that a mainstream film in Indonesia has focused on the Uang Panai’ marriage custom.
"As an engaged documentary author my motivation is to break the existing image about women in Macedonia."
"We will tell the youth to focus on sports and contribute to the nation. It's similar to the path shown to us by our heroes in their fight for independence."