Lebanon: On the road with the 'Ladies of Harley'
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This week, we take you to Lebanon, where a group of women are defying convention. They're leather-clad, they take to the open road and they call themselves the "Ladies of Harley". They tell us what draws them to riding fast and flying high in Beirut, despite the prejudices of their family and friends.
But first, we report on the Syrian peace talks held this week in Astana, where rebel and regime delegations traded accusations and refused to meet face-to-face.
And we focus on the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, which is once again under attack. The Islamic State group is demolishing even more treasured monuments, a month after retaking Palmyra from the regime.