Latest update: 13/08/2012
Libya: a mined land
We turn first to Libya where deadly mines and unexploded ammunition can still be found along roads and even near schools and homes. The UN's helping with the clean up but it's a huge task and in the meantime lives are still being lost. Next, Mauritania's President says he won't be resigning despite weeks of protests. Finally, the Tunisian Health Ministry has played down fears that cholera may have returned to the country 30 years after the last known human case of the disease.