The remnants of Kosovo's Trepča mining and smelting complex.
Former Chernobyl liquidator Natalia Manzurova experienced the devastating effects of nuclear power firsthand at the site of the worst nuclear accident in history.
How do you move an audience from passive viewership to engagement? David Rochkind discusses his educational portal on the Tuberculosis epidemic.
Brazil greats including Romario and Dunga take on local team in game organized by Chechnya's colourful head Ramzan Kadyrov.
Moldova has one of the highest rates of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) anywhere in the world. The country's hospitals lack funding and resources to prevent the spread of this deadly disease.
Russian forces tighten security after a cable car explosion and an attack on a minibus by Islamist guerrillas in troubled North Causasus, near the popular Elbrus mountain ski destination.
The families of suspected Islamist guerrillas in the North Caucasus have always faced harassment from Russian security forces. Now a shadowy vigilante group has started targeting them as well.
Though media attention is scarce, a guerrilla war taking place across the North Caucasus has ramped up. Killings are commonplace as Russia fights to retain control over the Islamist insurgency.
BBC News interviews David Rochkind on how he has funded his reporting projects through grants.
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Moldova's health system has struggled to cope and the country became vulnerable to a growing tuberculosis (TB) crisis.
Mikael Storsjo provides web hosting in Finland for the Kavkaz Center, one of the most controversial Internet news agencies covering the Caucasus; it has been branded a terrorist propaganda organization by Russia.
Since the election of President Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine has suffered an erosion of press freedom. As incidents of government intimidation rise, media watchdogs fear a return to the dark ages for the country's independent media.