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Why the Russians invited our correspondent to see their military in action in Syria.
Includes a portrait of a town which has lost its steelworks.
Reports from Finland, Iraq, Norway, Cuba and Germany. Presented by Kate Adie.
Brussels gets involved in Polish politics.
Who is the real hero in today's China?
The urgent questions world leaders must face up to in 2016.
Present-day correspondents read a collection of historic despatches.
Stepping up efforts to find an end to the Syria conflict.
The Americans who believe Donald Trump is the man for the US presidency.
The dictators may have gone, but their influence lives on.
Is Belgium really a country unable to confront the threat of terrorism?
The ordinary citizens of Europe deploy their own weapon against terror.
A whiff of history in a shop in old Belgrade.
The challenge for UN 'blue helmets' in Mali trying to restore calm north of Timbuktu.
There's surprise as a question about democracy is asked in Bahrain.
There is anxiety in Turkey as people to go to the polls for a second time this year.
A comedian wins the presidency of one of the world's most violent nations.
The short walk with a two-thousand-year backdrop.
A wave of killings in the African state of Burundi and other despatches.
A new confidence about the security forces in Egypt.
Talk of a third 'intifada' or uprising as violence flares again in Israel.
A search for mushroom gold in the hills of Austria and other stories.
Kate Adie introduces reporters' stories from the doorways of the European Union.
Modern ideas and ancient traditions in the fishing communities of Madagascar.
A report on a Nigerian bakery that provides sanctuary for children fleeing Boko Haram.
A valuable discovery on the beach in South Africa and other correspondents' stories.
Kate Adie introduces despatches from the frontlines - from conflict and post-conflict.
For the first time in six decades, the programme shines a spotlight on UK affairs.
A chance to hear in full the despatches referred to in the 60th Anniversary Special.
Owen Bennett-Jones chairs a discussion on foreign reporting's past, present and future.