Broken heart, tough dilemma? We hear about the agony aunts and uncles answering the world’s personal questions with BBC Thai’s Issariya Praithongyaem, Zuhura Yunus of BBC Swahili, and Ibrat Safo of BBC Uzbek.
Image: heart-shaped sweets
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The women protesters of Shaheen Bagh
Last December, four Muslim women began a street protest against India's Citizenship Amendment Act in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood. Since then, hundreds more women have joined them, and BBC India's Chinki Sinha has been a regular visitor.
Picture: Protest at Shaheen Bagh.
Credit: Amal KS/Hindustan Times/Getty
New life for a Soviet ruin?
The Georgian spa resort, the refugees, and the billionaire.
Image: Dilapidated Tskaltubo hotel
Facing their fathers' crimes
The BBC’s Valeria Perasso tells us about two Argentinian women she met for her documentary about the children of men who committed crimes during the military dictatorship. Between 1976 and 1983, the regime hunted down and killed around 30,000 people.
Image: Women marching in Argentina under 'Disobedient Stories' banner.
Credit: Historias Desobedientes
The man who lost his family
In 1971, a brief war between India and Pakistan over the territory of Kashmir shifted the border 6 kilometres into Pakistan's space. Four villages became part of the Indian territory, and the villagers away from home on that day were permanently split from their families. Farhat Javed of BBC Urdu and Aamir Peerzada of BBC Hindi talked to one divided family.
Image: Ghulam Qadir on the bank of the river Shyok.
Credit: BBC Farhat Javed