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1.3 million people worldwide do not access to safe drinking water, according to the UN. Joseph Karanja starts each day with a time of searching for direction in silence. He tells how this led to finding spring water on his land, which will soon be marketed nationwide.
José Carlos Léon Vargas looks back on nine months in Asia with an unusual training programme.
Teaching English in China was an eye-opener for Rob Neal.
Peter Everington returns to Sudan to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Independence.
It is crucial for Japan's leader to win the trust of her neighbours. Prime Minister Kishi visited nine Asian- Pacific nations in 1957 to apologise for Japan's actions during the War.
As Turkey, straddling Europe and Asia, seeks to join the European Union, Cigdem Leblebici reflects on the momentum for change in her country.
Walking along the slave routes of West Africa helped Kojo Jantuah to discover his identity-and his destiny.
Shabibi Shah has been longing to return home for 22 years: the reality was a shock.
A friendly child gives Tom Duncan the courage to climb China’s contemporary Great Wall.
Poland’s decision to join the European Union has been a subject of hot debate in schools and universities,writes Joanna Margueritte.
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