On this week's show: Fear and trepidation in Israel and Gaza as the conflict intensifies. We ask whither Iraq's future? And the woman who has worn purple every day since 2012. Also: Keeping it in the family, from the man in Waziristan who is searching for his son; the Kurdish families looking for their children in Turkey; and the woman inspired to rediscover her heritage in Bangladesh.
How Israelis feel about the prospect of another Gaza war, a voice of unity for asylum seekers in Australia and Brazil's football woes. Plus, we meet some extraordinary women, from a mayor in Turkey to a solo sailor.
Tensions in Israel after the murders of four teenagers, protestors holding out for Nigeria's missing girls and relatives of South Korean ferry victims struggle for justice. Also, the Catholic church's crime fighters.
Mixed reactions in Egypt as three journalists begin jail sentences, the struggles of Turkey's LGBT community and the story of a man who was wrongly imprisoned for 15 years. Also, the uncensored horrors of war.
Kirkuk, a safe haven in Iraq; retracing an asylum seeker's journey to Britain. Escaping honor killing in Pakistan. Mostar's divided loyalties during the World Cup. Escaping death in Cameroon, and can Turkey control domestic violence?