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Violence in DR Congo's Ituri Province forces thousands to live in camps

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REVISITED

We return to places which have been in the news - often a long time ago, sometimes recently - to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 9.10 pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.

Latest update : 2014-05-05

Cyprus revisited

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In March 2013, Cyprus was on the verge of bankruptcy, needing 17 billion euros to save its economy. In exchange for a loan, the European Union imposed a tax on bank deposits. But a year later, Cyprus is still struggling to recover. Soaring unemployment, bankruptcies and growing insecurity are pushing many into poverty. Increasing numbers of Cypriots are turning to charities and the state for help. As Cyprus hopes for signs of growth, ordinary Cypriots are helping each other.

By Alix LE BOURDON

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2018-04-13 Europe

Video: ‘Yugo-nostalgia’ versus nationalism in the Balkans

Our reporters Michael Sztanke and Julien Alric returned to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia, almost three decades after the break-up of Yugoslavia. Today, these two neighbouring...

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2018-03-28 Africa

Video: The Sudanese people’s long wait for a brighter future

Our reporters Bastien Renouil and Élodie Cousin return to the Sudanese capital of Khartoum six months after the United States lifted its economic sanctions on the...

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2018-03-16 Ireland

Ireland: The forgotten Angels of Tuam

Our reporters returned to Ireland, where the remains of 800 children who died at the Tuam Mother and Baby home in County Galway were found in a mass grave. Our team met with...

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2018-03-02 Americas

Video: What remains of Peru’s Shining Path guerrillas?

Peru’s central Ayacucho region was hit hard by the conflict that plagued the country from the 1980s to 2000. It was the scene of massacres by the Shining Path guerrillas and...

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2018-02-15 Russia

Video: How the 2014 Winter Olympics transformed Sochi

In 2014, the Russian seaside resort of Sochi hosted the Winter Olympics. With a price tag of $50 billion, they were the most expensive Olympic Games ever. The event was intended...

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