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A Very Brussels Welcome

New MEPS are given the lowdown on local apartments and Belgian tax returns and Maoist era loudspeaker systems are making a comeback in China.

Yvonne Murray visits Hebei province in China where Maoist era loudspeaker systems are being reconnected. 30 years on from the pro-democracy student protests, is the Chinese government resorting to its old propaganda tactics?

A new cohort of MEPS are given the lowdown on local apartments and Belgian tax returns. Adam Fleming visits the Brussels Welcome Village.

Mathew Charles visits a rehabilitation programme in one of El Salvador's prisons that hopes to reform ex-gangsters by teaching them skills and converting them to Christianity

Wolf howling is used in Romania as a way to track their numbers in the Carpathian mountains. Nick Thorpe looks at how animal conservationists are trying to protect Europe’s population of wolves and bears.

In United Arab Emirates, what’s thought to be the world’s first all women car club is taking the region by storm. Vivienne Nunis went to a Formula 1 racetrack to watch them in action.

Presenter: Kate Adie
Producer: Serena Tarling
Editor: Andrew Smith

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