Four years of conflict in Darfur has led to an escalating humanitarian crisis in neighboring Chad with over 240,000 Sudanese refugees seeking shelter in the east of the country.
Mongbwalu in Eastern Congo is home to one of the world's richest gold fields yet the people live in extreme poverty and have endured years of conflict.
On Boxing Day 2004, a devastating Tsunami ripped through the town of Banda Aceh in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia, killing over 130,000 people.
The chaotic funeral of President Yasser Arafat in the West Bank town of Ramallah.
After decades of conflict, Afghanistan held its first Presidential Elections on October 9th, 2004.
Former child soldiers from all factions of Liberia's 18 year war play football in the capital Monrovia as part of their rehabilitation.
Thamkrabok Monastery in Thailand is arguably one of the toughest and most successful drug detoxification centres in the world.
The Lord's Resistance Army in Northern Uganda have been fighting a brutal insurgency against the Government for over 18 years.
Following a three year conflict over national borders a commission was established to demarcate disputed land between the two countries.
From the start of the second Intifada in September 2000 until June 2001, over 10,000 Palestinians were injured in the West Bank and Gaza.