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Thousands of travellers, many of them young Australians, are flocking to the Amazon to chase the highs of the ayahuasca plant. Tragically, some never return. Hamish Macdonald investigates. #ForeignCorrespondent (Return)
India's building boom has spawned a "sand mafia" that is plundering the environment and even killing those who get in its way. But as Samantha Hawley reports, some people refuse to be intimidated.
China is executing a masterplan to dominate world football, pumping billions of dollars into buying foreign players, coaches & entire European clubs & grooming new generations of its own young stars.
It's famed as the city of peace and love, but San Francisco is digging in for a fight over President Trump's order to expel millions of undocumented migrants. Stephanie March reports.
Foreign Correspondent tells the true story behind the legendary movie The Great Escape - and the overlooked role of Australians in breaking out of the "escape proof" German POW camp
Foreign Correspondent takes a spectacular journey into the wilds of Mongolia in search of an ancient, imperilled tradition - the Kazakh golden eagle hunters.
Australia is a tough place to buy a home. But we're not alone. So what are other countries doing to tackle high cost housing - and what bright ideas can we pinch from them? Hamish Macdonald hosts this special report.
In this special tribute episode to Mark Colvin Foreign Correspondent reports on his legacy as a foreign correspondent, as well as a virtual correspondent, harnessing Twitter as a portal to dive into big, breaking stories.
For the first time, British investigators tell the inside story of the bizarre murder of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko. In a tale that's stranger than fiction, a teapot is the murder weapon. (Part 1 of 2)
British investigators continue to tell the inside story of the bizarre murder of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko. In a tale that's stranger than fiction, a teapot is the murder weapon.
Labour is praying for one of history's great comebacks in Britain's election. But something once unthinkable may be happening in Wales. Are the tough, working class Welsh flirting with the Tories? Philip Williams reports.
A Foreign Correspondent exclusive: Unprecedented access inside Bali's notorious Kerobokan jail.
A new space race is on, as tech companies rush to launch thousands of tiny satellites that will tell us more about what's happening on our planet than ever before. But will the information be used for good, or for harm?
ABC NEWS & The New York Times collaborate on a special in which New York Times National Correspondent John Eligon examines the state of race relations in Australia through the fresh eyes of a journalist from Missouri.
Tiny Estonia is digging in against potential attacks from its giant neighbour Russia. And it's employing defences far more creative than guns and boots on the ground. Eric Campbell reports.
Matt Brown reports from Kenya on a radical cash experiment that challenges our deep-rooted notions of charity and may hold the seeds of a revolution in social welfare.
Thousands of people have been caught up in a brutal new ISIS battleground on Australia's doorstep. One of them was ABC correspondent Adam Harvey, who took a bullet to the neck. This is his story, and theirs. (Season Final)
Climate change meets nuclear legacy as Mark Willacy examines the aftermath of the US nuclear tests in the Pacific in the 1940s and 50s.
Vladimir Putin crushes opponents, but a growing army of young Russians is fighting back. Their gift to the strongman on his 65th birthday? A show of defiance and a demand to quit. Eric Campbell reports.
He fled Saddam Hussein's brutality to become detainee #982 in an Australian refugee camp. Now Munjed al-Muderis is a world-leading surgeon giving amputees a second chance at life. Sophie McNeill tells his inspiring story.
While Australia says 'yes', the country with more gay people than most says an implacable 'no'. But in China, a determined group of young men and women just won't take no for an answer, as Matthew Carney reports.
The old is new. Ditching conventional careers, a generation of hip young Italians is rediscovering the grand tradition of "Made in Italy". Hamish Macdonald takes an exhilarating road trip to meet them.
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