July 2nd, 2015
Episode 704 of 807 episodes
Kate Adie introduces correspondents' stories. Today Tulip Mazumdar hears the story of a 17 year old girl, now escaped from Boko Haram; Tom Burridge meets an old Ukrainian woman, who is proud of her country's Soviet past but wants Putin to leave Ukraine alone; Fanny Durville takes her family on an outing in Tunisia, the day after the shootings, and struggles with the contrast between the friendliness and the tension; Gary O'Donoghue examines how Obama has gone from lame duck to soaring eagle in a week; and Bethany Bell discovers some Hapsburg nostalgia on the train to Trieste.
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