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Refugees of rap: Using music to speak out about the Syrian war

This week, we bring you the story of two brothers, who grew up officially stateless in a Palestinian refugee camp in Syria, before they escaped for a new life in France back in 2013. Along with identity they have found their voice. Today, Yaser and Mohamed Jamous rap about freedom and life under Bashar al-Assad's regime, but not without the fear of repercussions.

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But first, we head to Yemen where two years on, the civil war shows little sign of easing with 10,000 civilians killed, over three million people displaced and a nation on the brink of famine.

And we finish with one of the world's biggest engineering projects, as car-crazed Qatar braces itself for a metro system. But will anyone actually use it?

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