October 9th, 2010
Episode 10 of 846 episodes
Why some pro-democracy candidates in Burma won't be contesting the forthcoming elections; Pascale Harter's in Spain examining worries about the economy and the changes which a wave of immigration has brought to Spanish culture; In Srinagar, Kashmir, Chris Morris finds that local journalists, trying to report on a wave of unrest, have become targets themselves; Mark Mardell's in Nevada examining the reasons for the electorate's febrile mood ahead of November's midterm elections and a story about grandmother's chest of drawers and a mountain of red tape. That one's told by Chloe Arnold in Algiers.
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