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A civil war is brewing in Cameroon, but it rarely makes the headlines. Kate Adie introduces stories and insight from correspondents around the world.

A civil war is brewing in Cameroon, but it rarely makes the headlines. Kate Adie introduces stories and insight from correspondents around the world:
In Nigeria, Stephanie Hegarty travels to its border with Cameroon which tens of thousands of people have crossed fleeing violent unrest in the République's Anglophone region.
Tim Hartley listens to the fears of indigenous people in Cordillera in the Philippines - of big business encroaching on their way of life and of state sanctioned harassment.
Jonathan Fryer attends a Candomblé initiation ceremony and hears how the Afro-Brazilian religion is becoming increasingly popular as economic problems persist in Brazil.
Cindy Sui reveals how easy it is for big businesses to be unwittingly drawn into arguments about China's territorial claim on Taiwan - even for companies based in mainland China.
And how about a game of three-sided football? David Taylor takes part in the other major international football tournament taking place this summer, in Spain.

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