On this week's show: Protests in Brazil, repercussions in Turkey and unsolved murders in Canada. Also: The DW journalist imprisoned in Chad, a case of mistaken identity in Iran and an organ donation which bridged the Israeli-Palestinian divide.
Produced by: Kate Laycock, Neil King, Jürgen Kuhn, Thomas Schmidt and Nancy Isenson, with additional research by Samantha Early.
Reporter Dom Phillips looks back on a week in which Brazil discovered a voice it never even knew it had.
Interview: Neil King and Kate Laycock
Can Oz is the owner of one of Turkey's largest literary houses. Now he's putting all that on the line in order to protest against the government.
Report: Dorian Jones
Gladys Radek's struggle for justice for her niece, and the hundreds of other aboriginal women who have gone missing in Canada.
Report: Sian Griffiths
Neda Soltani is not Neda Soltan, the Iranian woman who was killed during Iran's green uprising in June 2009. So why did the Iranian government claim that she was?
Report: Michael Hartlep
Chadian human rights lawyer Delphine Djiraibe on the plight of Eric Topona, who has been jailed in Chad alongside two other journalists.
Interview: Kate Laycock
Tears and smiles combine in the tale of a Palestinian boy saved by a kidney donated by the parents of a dead Israeli toddler.
Report: Irris Makler