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Appearance and Reality

Insight and analysis on Tunisia's elections, acid attacks in Pakistan, a Liberian Ebola nurse, South Sudan's civil war, the German economy and a mould-breaking mayor in Kentucky

Owen Bennett Jones introduces Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers from around the world. In this edition:
Hugh Sykes weighs up what Tunisia's elections have revealed about the country's Islamists and secularists;
Shaimaa Khalil sees courage on show at a Pakistani beauty salon giving funds and work to survivors of acid attacks;
Gabriel Gatehouse wonders about the emotional reserves needed to work with an Ebola-ambulance team in Liberia;
James Copnall fears for the future of South Sudan, in a journey through some towns ruined by its ongoing civil war;
Damien McGuinness tries to reconcile conflicting indicators about the strength of the German economy;
and James Coomarasamy meets a small-town mayor in bluegrass Kentucky - who turns out to be very different from regional stereotype.

Producer: Polly Hope

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