The gruesome video was released as Shiite militias and other Iraqi forces conduct a major offensive to retake the city of Tikrit from the Islamic State.
In part three, we hear how the demolition of the Heygate Estate was "the worst social housing disaster of recent times".
In part two, we meet the people hoping to get rich off London's regeneration at the MIPIM international property trade show.
In part one, we meet protesters fighting for the chance to live in housing-crisis-hit Newham.
This week, photographer Zak Krevitt takes us to Madrid, Spain, where he found a tight knit group of guys, "very passionate about beauty and art and life."
Two decades after his suicide and the cult of Cobain is unwavering. We talked to director Brett Morgen who was given unrestricted access to the Nirvana frontman's archive to create this doc.
"With everything that changes and everything that goes on in the world, I still throw a chunk of leather on a bronc and have to go ride it."
Just because a man has a face tattoo, doesn't necessarily mean he's a nasty bastard.
Damian Fatale is a drag performer who believes more should be done to to promote acceptance of different body shapes and sizes in the gay community.
This weekend, two guys convicted of murdering gay men got married in a high-security Yorkshire prison.
A coalition of Islamist rebel groups — including an al Qaeda affiliate — celebrated after capturing the city of Idlib from forces loyal to the Assad regime.
It's one of the most harrowing depiction of nuclear warfare to ever hit screens – not for what it showed, but for what it didn't show.
Mark "Marty" Rathbun is a key subject of Alex Gibney's new documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief. We discuss his Scientology past, auditing, and the harassment techniques allegedly used by the church.
A Freedom of Information Report revealed that in Western Australia, children as young as 12 are being held in adult prison cells.
"Trust is the key word here. You can never fully let go if you don't trust your Goddess."
Israeli artist Omer Golan survived a Palestinian suicide bomb attack in 2000. Since then, he's worked with his wife Tal as the artist duo OMTA.
"Our issues involving space are seen through the lens of geopolitics on the Earth. Our problems originate on Earth, not in space."
Dontnod's episodic game seems to take place somewhere outside of time, both now and then, today and yesterday.
It appears that real user data is being sold, but it's unclear where it came from.
You can't design every single possible death out of a system, as Germanwings flight 4U9525 showed.
We've seen in-game colleague selflessly give themselves up to aid our progress – but what if the story ended when you do?
The former Secretary-General of the United Nations says that force alone is not enough to stop the problems of violence and addiction that come with drug trafficking.
It sounds like Arcade Fire after the apocalypse.