Lebanon and Jordan

Caroline Anning visits a tourist site with a difference - a theme park run by the militant group Hezbollah in Lebanon. There are fragrant rose bushes and stirring music, but what message will our correspondent take away from this strange compound?

In Jordan, refugees continue to spill over from the conflict in neighbouring Syria. Matthew Woodcraft has been on the border of the two countries, seeing first-hand the effect the newcomers are having, and how they're being recieved by the Jordanians.

(Image: Visitors look into display cases at the Hezbollah museum in Lebanon, Credit: Associated Press)

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