Despite the threat from North Korea to fire missiles towards Guam, we find a surprising calm on the island. Kate Adie introduces correspondents’ stories from around the world.
From Guam, Rupert Wingfield Hayes has the latest developments in the war of words between the US and North Korea.
Secunder Kermani hears tales of the horrific violence that followed the Partition of India 70 years ago but finds little remorse amongst some of its perpetrators.
Hannah Armstrong visits Cape Verde where European migrants are starting new lives in Africa.
In Cuba, Will Grant finds that the 'battle against bureaucracy', launched by the late Fidel Castro in 1965, is far from over. Simple tasks like paying your rent can still take hours.
And in Swedish Lapland, Elizabeth Hotson goes down to the woods in search of a big surprise, and a bear.