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What working for the BBC means for an Iranian; why Swedes know so much about each other
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Logging still despoiling the rainforest in Uruara; deft diplomacy on a flight to Tel Aviv
What do the results of the Israeli elections mean for Benjamin Netanyahu's party?
Stories on pollution in China and a seduction coach for French men.
From wombats in Australia to a prisoner release in Georgia, Pascale Harter presents.
Stories on the personalities running for office in Italy, and fear of crime in Georgia.
Dispatches on the uncertain security situation in Pakistan and on Burns Night in Jamaica.
In Syria, the effects of war rages and people are shocked at the lack of international aid
Stories on an unlikely alliance in Mali, and remembering a trip through the desert.
Reindeer: the far-north survival kit for Saami nomads; plus Budapest's Ecseri flea market
The president who’s everywhere and nowhere, plus dispatches from Italy and India.
Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around ...
Are we back to the bad old days of "Francafrique"? And how will life be after Chavez?
What's Baghdad's notorious Al-Rasheed Hotel like today? Plus: English still means success
Lessons from a huge fire in Khayelitsha; controversy over where Garibaldi is really buried
Stories on Kuwaiti residents without nationality, and on avoiding eating meat in Italy.
Highlights of the week: stories from Canada, Kosovo, Cambodia, Tunisia, Greece and Egypt
Stories on a home for mentally ill patients in Kosovo, and Russians on holiday.
Stories on the long-lived inhabitants of a Greek island, and Venice's Jewish cemetery.
Stories about a return to Cambodia and women going out after dark in North Africa.
Pascale Harter presents stories from India and Canada.
Owen Bennett Jones meets Grover Norquist the architect of America's 'pledge' on tax
Correspondents present personal stories from India, Burma, Saudi Arabia and Netherlands.
Mariko Oi wonders about trust in Tokyo; Katy Watson joins a girls' night out in Riyadh
Stories about shopping in India and a village for dementia patients in the Netherlands.
A story about change in Burma and reflections on a terrible year in Greece.
Anu Anand meets a pashmina expert trying to promote traditional scarf-making in India.