Italy, Syria, North Korea, the USA, Algeria and Libya

Pascale Harter presents stories from Italy, Syria, North Korea, the USA, Algeria and Libya.

David Willey reflects on the rise and fall of Umberto Bossi, former leader of the Northern League party in Italy.

Fergal Keane has visited a refugees camp in Turkey for those fleeing the violence in Syria.

North Korea rarely allows foreigners to enter the country, but Tomiko Newson got a rare chance to visit. Among other things, she sees a maternity ward for triplets- their mothers are not required.

Rajesh Mirchandani finds community spirit at a college football match in the USA.

While Chloe Arnold speaks to Hassiba Boulmerka- an Algerian woman who risked her life to run.

Another runner, Mohamed Khawaja, is finding it easier to run now that the fighting in Libya has subsided. He hopes to fly the flag for his country at the London Olympics this summer.

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Sun 22 Apr 2012 13:05 GMT

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