Greece, The Gambia, France, Ivory Coast and Chechnya.
Pascale Harter with stories and insights from correspondents around the world.
Mark Lowen finds that despite hard times, Greece is still a great place to live.
Thomas Fessy travelled to the Gambia to report on the President’s decision to begin executing prisoners once more. But he found himself detained and then removed on the next available flight.
Kathy Flower looks at the importance of – and fondness for – for Mayors in French life.
John James on the grizzly end of the keeper of sacred crocodiles in the Ivorian capital, Yamoussoukro.
Oliver Bullough finds apathy amongst the young in Chechnya, despite the fact that the Republic is at peace.