Kate Adie introduces stories from around the world. Fuel shortages are nothing to worry about, says the government in Zimbabwe, just bumps in the road on the way to a better future
Fuel shortages are nothing to worry about says the government in Zimbabwe, just bumps in the road on the way to a better future. Andrew Harding reflects on whether President Mnangagwa and Zanu PF will be able to deliver on their promise of a new dawn for the country.
Kate Adie introduces this and other stories from correspondents around the world.
John Sweeney is in Malta a year on from the assassination of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia; “if you’re a trouble-making reporter, it’s time to be afraid,” he concludes.
Jemima Kelly is in Kaliningrad to learn more about Bitcoin mining – a place she finds very much open for business, whatever that business is.
Andrew Whitehead stumbles across the rapidly expanding Korean community of Chennai, which claims to be the biggest concentration of expats in the port city.
And Jenny Hill enjoys an evening at the opera, but what can Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde tell us about the fate of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Producer: Joe Kent