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A Convicted Warlord, His Ex-Wife And A Footballer

Election day was peaceful in Liberia, but are sinister forces at play? Kate Adie introduces analysis, wit, and story-telling from correspondents around the world.

Election day was peaceful in Liberia, but are sinister forces at play? Kate Adie introduces analysis, wit, and story-telling from correspondents around the world.
As the ballots are counted in Liberia’s presidential election, Tamasin Ford asks what influence did Charles Tylor have on voting?
In China, the censors are hard at work, says Stephen McDonnell. Ahead of the Communist Party Congress, there is an increasing number of things you can't say.
Bill Law asks whether the most significant impact of the blockade on Qatar could be caused by family division rather than economic upset.
James Jeffrey walks the Camino de Santiago in Spain - no longer just a pilgrim's pathway but an economic lifeline.
And Nick Higham has his wallet stolen in Ukraine and receives an unexpected insight into how the country functions. There is always a story behind the story

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