Clearing the Deadly Legacy of Libya's Revolution

The Libyan city of Misrata was the scene of some of the bloodiest fighting during the revolution that toppled Colonel Gaddafi last year. A deadly legacy of unexploded shells, bombs and mines litter the city and the surrounding areas. Ali Abohajar has the highly dangerous job of removing them.

Also, the unlikely friendship between a Parisian cabaret dancer and a tribal chief from Papua New Guinea;

And the challenges of being a reporter in Pakistan's Swat Valley.

Picture: Preparing a live anti-aircraft missile so it can be taken away for safe disposal.

Credit: J-J Bernard/Handicap International

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Mon 17 Dec 2012 12:05 GMT

Dancing With the Papuans

Dancing With the Papuans
The unlikely friendship between a Parisian cabaret dancer and a tribal chief from Papua New Guinea

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