Following a turbulent week for Ireland, Gavin Hewitt asks whether the country's financial crisis means another generation of Irish youth will be travelling abroad to earn a living. At the NATO summit in Lisbon, Mark Urban looks back at the history of what he calls this "dysfunctional family". Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is facing a vote of no-confidence, and David Willey wonders whether his declining popularity reflects a deeper national malaise. Paul Moss meets the peacekeeping soldiers in Congo who've ensured there's a corner of an African field that is forever India. And Justin Rowlatt shares a surprising meal with the Amazonian tribe whose way of life is threatened by deforestation.

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