Healthcare can be hard to come by for Kenya's Maasai, Samburu and Turkana nomadic peoples. So camels have been enlisted to bring a mobile clinic to them. BBC Africa’s Christine Njeri joined them.
Picture: Christine Njeri with resting camels. Credit: BBC
Exposing Iraq’s pleasure marriage clerics
BBC Arabic’s Nawal Al-Maghafi takes us undercover at two of Iraq’s holiest sites to reveal how some clerics are sexually exploiting children and young women. They’re using a controversial religious practice called 'pleasure marriage', illegal under Iraqi law, to supply women for sex.
Photo: BBC Arabic's Nawal Al-Maghafi in Baghdad
Gandhi in London
As India marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi, the BBC’s Gaggan Saberwhal takes us to the places where he lived and stayed on two visits to London, first as a law student and later as a political leader.
Picture: Mahatma Gandhi outside 10 Downing Street in 1931
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Protests, shamans and beatboxing: welcome to BBC Russian
David Amanor visits BBC Russian in Moscow, where a team of journalists investigate, report, and entertain Russian-speaking audiences. Their stories take us from Siberia to the Caucasus, and from protests to 1990s poetry. David also gets a personal tour of Moscow and the places that mean most to Muscovites.
Picture: David Amanor and Oleg Boldyrev in Red Square
Taken from their families: a colonial legacy
During Belgian colonial rule in what is today Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo, about 20,000 mixed race children were removed from their families. Prudent Nsengiyumva of BBC Great Lakes went to Belgium to meet Luc Van Damme and Josline Droogmans, both separated from their mothers as children.
Image: Luc Van Damme (R) shows Prudent Nsengiyumva (L) childhood photos