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Annual Review 2006/07

 
Engaging with our audiences in the Middle East, the BBC Arabic roadshow visited five countries, including Sudan
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Our Aims. To be the world's best-known, most-creative and most-respected voice in international news, thereby bringing benefit to the UK, the BBC and to audiences around the world.

To connect and engage audiences by facilitating an informed and intelligent dialogue - a global conversation - which transcends international borders and cultural divides, and to give audiences opportunities to create, publish and share their own views and stories.

To provide the most trusted, relevant and high-quality international news in the world and an indispensable service of independent analysis and explanation, with an international perspective that promotes greater understanding of complex issues.

And by so doing, to enable people to make sense of their increasingly complex world and, thus empowered, lead more fulfilling lives.

Iranian President Ahmadinejad sits with commanders from the Basij Militia in Tehran, Sudanese woman sits in front of her tent at the Otach Displaced Persons camp, grieving woman at funeral in Afula, Israeli-Lebanon border




 
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