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Stoicism, good humour and palpable tension as Rohingya Muslims flee Myanmar to Bangladesh. Kate Adie introduces stories from correspondents around the world.

Stoicism, good humour and palpable tension as Rohingya Muslims flee Myanmar to Bangladesh. Kate Adie introduces stories from correspondents around the world.
Justin Rowlatt finds mixed emotions among Bangladeshis about the refugees arriving from across the border.
Tim Whewell reports on the women and children left behind as the so called Islamic State’s self-declared caliphate crumbles.
Sally Hayden explores how an outbreak of fake news and misinformation is making it harder to stop the spread of the plague in Madagascar.
Jonah Fisher tours the tented camp that has reappeared in the centre of Kiev – last seen before the revolution in 2014.
And Bill Law tries his best not to talk politics as Canadians gather for the annual Grey Cup football match or Canada’s Grand National Drunk as it’s often known.

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