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Surfing in Japan: Why busy executives are hitting the waves

Japan is not yet known as a surfing paradise, but that could soon change. The sport is booming in the country and executives are on board. Indeed, more and more people are using it as a way to blow off steam at the end of a long working week. We look at how the sport is thriving in Japan's workaholic culture.


Also, in Afghanistan, a generation after the Taliban was toppled, women fear concessions to make peace could mean the country's future may echo its past.

And we see how Nepal's tiger population has doubled over the past decade, thanks to efforts by the military and volunteers.

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