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Attacked by online trolls for reporting on the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte: Kate Adie introduces this and other stories from correspondents around the world.

"Watch your back Howard!" was one of the politer messages the BBC Philippines Correspondent received after making a documentary about Rodrigo Duterte. As Howard Johnson has found, journalists who question the President can become the target of organised attacks by online trolls.

Kate Adie introduces this and other stories from correspondents around the world:

The CFO of Huawei once saw Vancouver as a refuge, a base outside of China should she ever need it, now she’s not allowed to leave the city. Micky Bristow gets a glimpse of life in Canada for members of the Chinese elite.

Bee Rowlatt interviews Germaine Greer at the Jaipur Literature Festival – and wonders what its usually outspoken crowd will make of their outspoken guest.

Jasmine Taylor Coleman joins a puffin patrol in Iceland, as locals try to protect the endangered birds.

And disorganised chaos or a carefully choreographed dance? Alastair Leithead tries to figure out what’s going on in an airport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and what it says about the country.

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