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Letters from a shrinking globe: around the day in 80 worlds.
Human rights lawyer Manfred Nowak says that by making asylum applications so difficult, the EU has made desperate refugees reliant on smugglers.
Fidesz politician Anna Magyar defends the 170km anti-migrant fence on Hungary's border with Serbia.
The Georg Danzer house in Vienna's 19th district is trying to give young refugees a helping hand in a new life.
Post-crash, Latvia suffered the worst recession and the harshest austerity in Europe. Its recovery has been impressive. Are there lessons to be learned?
Finding ways of tackling extremism worldwide - a Saturday Reality Check Special.
The Europride 2015 in Riga, Latvia starts today. Anti-gay protests are expected to turn out in force to counter the party. That's why Riga is the right host city, say organizers.
In Velo Veritas - because cycling is not about minutes or seconds.
In the US, heavily polluting industrial plants are dumped in the middle of poor, black communities. Robert Bullard leads a movement to stop this injustice.
Riga in Latvia would like to become a cycling hub to rival Copenhagen - it certainly makes for an interesting ride.
The Baltic State Latvia is celebrating 25 years since it re-declared independence - but with Russia troop exercises nears its border, fear is overshadowing the party.
25 years after the end of communism, the former KGB building in Riga, Latvia, still haunts and divides a nation
Environmental activists from Austria and Croatia attack OMV's plans to explore for oil in the Adriatic
Up in the misty, terraced mountains of northwestern Vietnam, colourful ethnic minorities face the dilemmas of development.
It's 40 years since the fall of Saigon. In now Ho Chi Minh City a brave independent art scene struggles to ask big questions - in the spirit of Bruce Lee.
The iconic Mekong Delta is a biodiversity haven and the breadbasket of a dynamic nation. But is it being strangled by "green" energy?
Unscrupulous traffickers and despair at sea. As the EU struggles for answers to the Mediterranean migrant crisis, an eyewitness account of the horror of being stranded at sea.
Why cycling is the best way to see Thailand's capital.
50 years after the first US combat troops landed in Vietnam, two veterans return and ponder blood, resentment and reconciliation.
Abductions, summary executions and a media war. Amnesty's Bogdan Ovcharuk on why no side is innocent in the Ukraine conflict.
Armed with a new book, T.C. Boyle, chronicler of a troubled America, has been live in the FM4 Studio to answer your questions and mine.
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