Live from Abu Dhabi Connect the World takes you on a journey across continents, investigating the stories that are changing our world.
British photographer Luke Duggleby describes his work in a Pakistani village where freed slaves have rebuilt their lives in a basic environment. His images tell a story of sadness and hope among a group of people who refuse to let their lives be defined by their past oppression.
Black humor can often calm our nerves when we're confronting our darkest fears. For people living in Bagjdad, the threat of living under ISIS rule has become very real, as the militants creep closer to the Iraqi capital. A local TV show risks retaliation from the terrorist group by parodying life under them. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
When you think of the Arabian peninsula, you probably think of sand, scorching sun and camels. Well, Salalah in southern Oman certainly has camels. But each summer, you might struggle to find them as the monsoon brings rain and thick mist to the region. "Inside the Middle East" Producer Jon Jensen and Photojournalist Al Skene give us an insight into the challenges and thrills of filming in Arabia's hidden green corner.
Recent pro-democracy protests have amplified Hong Kong's reputation as a heaving mass of humanity. Nicol Nicolson shows us the quieter side of the territory.
Mandy Barker photographs over 700 footballs found on beaches around the world to highlight plastic debris in the ocean.