Khashoggi’s editor: His personal and professional battle
This week we speak to Karen Attiah, Jamal Khashoggi's editor at The Washington Post, as questions continue to linger over the Saudi journalist's murder. Khashoggi was one of the most influential journalists in the Arab world. After weeks of toeing and froing, Saudi Arabia has finally admitted that the 59-year-old was killed at the country's consulate in Istanbul. Attiah shares her memories of Khashoggi and voices hope that his murder will not go unpunished.
Also, thousands of refugees have been returning to Syria from neighbouring Lebanon over the past few months. This as Bashar al-Assad and his backers appear closer to winning the conflict. We hear from some of those making an emotional journey home.
And it's been ten years since the death of Sister Emmanuelle, dubbed "the French Mother Theresa". The elderly Franco-Belgian nun was known for her work with the poor, most notably the so-called "garbage people" in Cairo's slums. Without her, challenges are piling up for the majority-Christian community.