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This Time it's Different

Twisted metal, smashed concrete and anger on the streets of Mogadishu. Bridget Kendall introduces stories, analysis, and insight from correspondents around the world.

Twisted metal, smashed concrete and anger on the streets of Mogadishu. Bridget Kendall introduces stories, analysis, and insight from correspondents around the world.

After decades of war and years of terror attacks Somalia has seen a lot of violence, but this time it's different says Alistair Leithead following the truck bomb which killed hundreds of people in the capital.
As the Chinese Communist Party meets for its five-yearly congress, Carrie Gracie goes underground on the Beijing subway to gauge the mood in the city.
John Sweeney is in Malta where the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, has raised questions about corruption and organised crime.
Linda Pressly reports from Sweden where hundreds of migrant children appear to have switched off from the world around them - refusing to talk, eat or get out of bed. How can 'Resignation Syndrome' be cured?
And on the Faroe Islands, Tim Ecott joins the annual gannet hunt - the young birds are a prized local delicacy.

Prouder: Joe Kent.

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