Ever since Jacob Zuma's resignation his family has faced all sorts of legal headaches. Kate Adie introduces correspondents' stories from around the world: Three years ago, Duduzane Zuma drove his Porsche into the back of a minibus taxi, killing one passenger and injuring others. At the time, a magistrate concluded that the President's son had been negligent, but the state declined to prosecute. Now it's had a change of heart. Is the past catching up on the Zumas, wonders Andrew Harding in South Africa? Peter Morgan witnesses a pink revolution in Norway as salmon replaces cod as the catch of ...
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The man trying to bring The Gambia's former strongman leader Yahya Jammeh to justice.
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Turkey's presidential hopefuls, provocative Italian ministers & masked Mexican wrestlers.
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Why some schools are sending their students out to beg in northern Nigeria.
A whirlwind of shifting loyalties, rotating characters, and plot twist after plot twist.
The cinema-by-the sea, an archbishop's repentance and a critical moment for Scotland.
Kate Adie introduces stories and insight from Iraq, Iran, Israel, Ireland and Spain.
Tales of revolutions, rainforests and the migrants returning home from Libya.