18/07/2009

Containers full of British garbage are ending up in Brazilian ports -- we interview the Brazilian environment agency about dumping by firms who disguise waste as recyclable plastic.

Nelson Mandela celebrates his 91st birthday by urging everyone to spend some time helping their community. We ask you how you'd use the sixty-seven minutes of your time he's asking for -- one minute for every year of his struggle against apartheid.

And we look at the legacy of revolution in Latin America -- does the recent coup in Honduras show that democracy is still fragile there?

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Sat 18 Jul 2009 20:05 GMT

China, the Party and the People

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Clips, reports and highlights on a society in flux

The New Silk Road

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How China is launching a major new trade route via the ancient Silk Road

70 Years On: Partition Stories

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Memories and stories of Partition in 1947 and the legacy Partition leaves with us today

Inside The Philippines’ Deadly War On Drugs

Inside The Philippines’ Deadly War On Drugs

A brutal crack-down on drugs that has claimed more than 7000 lives