Weekend Edition 25/08/2012
Pascale Harter introduces the pick of this week's dispatches from correspondents, reporters and writers around the world. In this edition:
ORLA GUERIN asks some of Syria's Kurds what they'd like to see on a post-Assad map of the Middle East;
TAMASIN FORD finds that many people in Sierra Leone have no problem being both Christian AND Muslim - simultaneously;
CHRISTIAN FRASIER explores the ills and the hopes of the 'no go' suburbs outside many cities in France;
JENNIFER PAK explains why orang utans and palm oil don't mix in Malaysia;
and DANIEL NASAW recounts the pitfalls (and the pratfalls) of being an American trying to learn Farsi, the main language of Iran.