Exterior view of new International Criminal Court building in The Hague. (GETTY/MICHEL PORRO)
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October 26, 2016
What impact will the exit have on the African Union?
Clockwise from top left: 'No' supporters gather in Colombia. (GETTY/MARIO TAMA); Father and daughter at Donald Trump rally (REUTERS/MIKE SEGAR); Iraqis who fled Mosul rest under tent upon reaching Syria. (REUTERS/RODI SAID)
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October 25, 2016
Displaced in the battle for Mosul, Colombia after the referendum and paid family leave in the US.
Residents carry relief supplies in southwestern Haiti, where cholera cases have increased after Hurricane Matthew. (AP/REBECCA BLACKWELL)
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Episode
October 24, 2016
Do upcoming elections and a UN pledge on cholera offer hope?
Episode
October 20, 2016
Citizen journalists in Vietnam say they will not remain silent despite the threat of imprisonment.
 Children try to fix a road damaged by Hurricane Matthew in Chardonnieres, Haiti. (REUTERS/ANDRES MARTINEZ CASARES)
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Episode
October 19, 2016
After Hurricane Matthew, rethinking the global response to Haiti's challenges.
Episode
October 18, 2016
Women mobilise against triple talaq, calling for protection of their divorce rights.
About a thousand Black Lives Matter activists rally in Brooklyn, on July 13, 2016, honoring the life of Sandra Bland exactly one year after she died in police custody after a traffic stop. (GETTY/PACIFIC PRESS/ERIK MCGREGOR)
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Episode
October 17, 2016
Shedding light on the lives of black women subjected to police brutality.
Illustrative image of blue DNA molecule. (GETTY/ENDAI HUEDL)
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Episode
October 12, 2016
Ethical and privacy concerns emerge as DNA tests move from a scientific endeavor to a commercial one.
DNA strand. (GETTY/COSMIN4000)
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Episode
October 11, 2016
Low-cost genetic tests are so popular, the revelation of their results has become an emotionally-charged social media phenomenon.
Characters from the comic book "Priya's Mirror" are based off of real life survivors. (PAROMITA VOHRA/RAM DEVINENI/DAN GOLDMAN)
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Episode
October 10, 2016
Survivors share their stories of reintegration.
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