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Life in India's Rohingya Refugee Camps

Having fled violence in Myanmar 40,000 Rohingya live in India, but for how much longer? Kate Adie introduces insight, wit, and analysis from correspondents around the world.

Having fled violence in Myanmar 40,000 Rohingya live in India, but for how much longer? Kate Adie introduces insight, wit, and analysis from correspondents around the world.

In Delhi, Melissa van der Klugt visits the makeshift homes of Rohingya refugees built on land donated by a local charity. The Indian government wants to deport them.

Fear and loathing on the streets of Spain - Nial O’Gallagher is among the Catalans voting on independence.

While the Egyptian military and the so-called Islamic State continue to attack each other in North Sinai, locals in the South are keen to show Jacob Burns more peaceful scenes.

In China, Frank Hersey stumbles across piles of tiny cages, huge nets strung between trees, and speakers blaring out birdsong. He joins the battle against avian poachers.

And in Italy, Dany Mitzman reports on the latest health food – gelato.

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