Invasion of the Seagulls
An account of a new and brutal airborne invasion of Rome, plus despatches from Gaza, Cyprus, Sierra Leone and China.
Despatches by reporters around the world. In this edition, Chris Morris, who was in Gaza twenty years ago, returns to chronicle how things 'have got worse, much worse'. Claudia Hammond, in Cyprus, on the latest attempts to find out what happened to those who went missing decades ago during fighting between the island's Greek and Turkish communities. Tim Mansel is in Sierra Leone amid growing alarm over the spread of the Ebola virus in west Africa. Why a seagull observed in Vatican City could be a disturbing omen for peace - that's from Alan Johnston and Petroc Trelawny finds out where the newly-weds like to go in Guangzhou, one of China's fastest-developing cities.
Chris Morris – Gaza impressions
20 years ago who’d have guessed what it’d be like today?
Claudia Hammond – Cyprus conflict 40 years on
Still waiting for a knock on the door, 4 decades after their relatives went missing
Petroc Trelawny – Where time had stood still
Shamian Island’s old charm, a reassuring backdrop to the dynamism of Guangzhou
Tim Mansel – The spread of Ebola
The spectre of Ebola hanging over those in Sierra Leone
Alan Johnston – Invasion of the seagulls
Another brutal invasion in the eternal city of Rome
Kate Adie's Memorable Moments from FOOC
How to be a foreign correspondent
Pick of From Our Own Correspondent