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From Lebanon, Syrian refugees watch the destruction of their homes in Eastern Ghouta. Kate Adie introduces stories and analysis from correspondents around the world.

From Lebanon, Syrian refugees watch the destruction of their homes in Eastern Ghouta. Kate Adie introduces stories and analysis from correspondents around the world:
"Life now is just about blood and tears,” one woman tells Yolande Knell, “all of Ghouta is crying over its lost people.”
In India, Krupa Padhy meets the head of a new union for unregister doctors - the quacks may be unqualified but they are also in demand.
In Sierra Leone, Ed Butler examines the economics of the sex trade and the role rich Western men play in it.
Vicky Baker meets the Nicaraguan women speaking, and singing, out against sexism.
And in Sweden, Keith Moore tries to teach his son how to speak with the help of Old MacDonald and Per Olsson - but do their horses say neigh-neigh here or gnägg-gnägg there?

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