Syrians in Lebanon, Romania's orphans, Upper Egypt, Detroit's fall and Equatorial Guinea
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Croatian wine producers quibble over EU requirements. And, the magic of flying
Tourism in turmoil along the River Nile in Egypt. And mounting discontent in Upper Egypt.
Some Syrian refugees find a warm welcome in Lebanon. And the problems facing South Africa.
The future direction of Turkey. And Equatorial Guinea's cross-dressing musicians.
Life for Romania's orphans, two decades on. And, the Yurok tribe of northern California
Syria's conflict; Egyptian protests; Indian spirits; Gazan ingenuity and French philosophy
Behind the scenes at the G8 summit. And down and out in a Detroit fire station.
Is nationalism on the rise in Croatia? And exploring Warsaw’s complex property market.
Ever-increasing public protests in Egypt. And why ghosts are so feared in northern India.
How Syria's civil war is changing life there - and in the neighbouring Golan Heights.
Ingenuity at work - and at play - in Gaza City and how life is changing in Kathmandu
With stories from Pakistan, Hungary, Yemen, North Korea and Dubai.
Why Bosnians can't forget the scars of their 1990s war and life as a Soviet spacewoman
What fuels Nawaz Sharif? And why did Fascist Italy create an enclave for gay internees?
A whistle-stop tour through Boko Haram's former strongholds; dancing in a Pyongyang park
How the Syrian conflict affects the Golan Heights and dinner with Dubai's gilded elite
Venturing into the remote Mahra tribal region; surviving the philosophy bac litteraire
Dispatches from BBC foreign correspondents, presented by Pascale Harter.
The motives behind Istanbul protests; saltwater crocodiles menace the Northern Territory
The former gang members trying to calm LA's streets and chasing President Ahmadinejad
How the conservation of the Mesopotamian marshes has given new hope to Iraq's Marsh Arabs
An anti-gay rally is stirred up in Tbilisi; the male gaze (on naked women) on Danish TV
The streets of Gulu are transformed after the LRA and how Bollywood reflects India's mood
Stories, insights and analysis from Syria, Iraq, India, France, Germany and Italy