Families torn apart by war in South Sudan | Unreported World

Frontline Family Reunions: In 2015, Morland Sanders went to South Sudan, where governments and rebel troops are battling each other in a civil war in which both sides stand accused of horrific atrocities against civilians. This moving report from a brutal warzone tells the struggle to reunite children and parents trapped on different sides of the front line.

Modern slavery of disabled people in South Korea | Unreported World

30 Years A Slave: A moving report from South Korea where the police have rescued hundreds of modern-day slaves tricked into working on salt and seaweed farms on a chain of remote islands. Shockingly, many of those rescued have learning disabilities.

Marcel Theroux traveled to the Shinan Islands to investigate the lives of these vulnerable people, some reuniting with families who for years believed they were dead.