RFI goes behind-the-scenes of one of the week's major stories.
In the disputed region of South Ossetia, the scene of bitter conflict between Russia and Georgia in 2008, kilometres of fencing are popping up overnight.
In Nigeria, a series of nationwide public hearings is underway into complaints by tens of thousands of people who have lost their homes and business premises as a result of forced evictions.
In Thailand, an advertising campaign is warning tourists not to buy souvenirs bearing the image of Buddha.
In Cambodia, a university programme is training a new generation of social workers. They will tackle some of the country’s most pressing social issues, many arising from years of conflict.