May 23rd, 2013
Episode 384 of 852 episodes
Correspondents around the world: Jeremy Bowen on the increasing difficulties of reporting the war in Syria; Paul Lewis explores how corruption is reaching into the heart of everyday life in India; the diaspora returns - Andrew Harding talks of Somalia at the crossroads; Louisa Loveluck's at the morgue in Cairo - some say it's been covering up cases of police brutality and in Rome, Alan Johnston has been walking the cobblestones beloved of the tourists but held in rather less affection by the locals.
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