1. Premiered 11/19/06 Jay takes a journey of a lifetime, discovering how lack of clean water leads to horrific conditions -- and finding hope along the way.

  2. Premiered 9/26/06 The highest AIDS rates in the world. Hospitals with no running water. Yago follows Clinton's riveting trek through the continent.

  3. Premiered 9/26/06 Gideon Yago talks with the former president in Malawi about fighting poverty, AIDS -- and what it's like working with the other Bill.

  4. Premiered 9/26/06 Gideon has an intimate conversation with the couple about what's wrong in Africa, what's getting better and what you can do to help.

  5. Premiered 9/15/06 Take an inside look at MTV News' trip to Africa with Bill Clinton. The full 'Diary' special premieres September 26 on Overdrive.

  6. Premiered 9/12/06 Swarthmore College students talk to Iraqis and others in the embattled nation to get the real story in MTV News' Morning Edition.

  7. Premiered 8/28/06 Here are five things you need to know about Cuba's ailing leader.

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  9. Premiered 7/21/06 Soldiers are using viral videos to say something about war -- and Tom Morello, Korn and others have something to say about their music being used in them.

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  11. Premiered 5/01/06 ... plus Fall Out Boy's tourmates spill on-the-road secrets, Tom Cruise reveals details of his latest "Mission," and more in MTV News' Afternoon Edition.

  12. Premiered 1/13/06 MTV News' Gideon Yago tours the massive quake's destruction and meets aid workers and survivors rebuilding lives. Plus see three stories of struggle exclusive to Overdrive.

  13. Premiered 1/11/06 All this week we're bringing you reports on the South Asian earthquake leading up to "Aftershock: Diary of Gideon in Pakistan," which airs Friday at 7:30 p.m. on MTV.

  14. Premiered 12/01/05 MTV's World AIDS Day coverage includes this exclusive interview between John Norris and the U.N. Secretary-General on the challenges of the global pandemic.

  15. Premiered 9/16/05 See the hopeful story of Kenyan villagers fighting to overcome hunger, disease and death.

  16. Premiered 9/20/05 'We went to the Congo to shoot a documentary on the subject of war, and in the end we became the subject of war,' Sum 41's Deryck Whibley told MTV News in June 2004.

  17. Premiered 6/30/05 Live 8 artists are stressing to the world's eight most powerful nations (G8) that, despite what critics say, canceling debt and increasing aid will eradicate poverty in Africa.