Don Duncan, journalist and filmmaker
-- Live Shots
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Imigration debate in Belgium triggered
by annual Christmas Tree
Dec 9, 2012
Belgium's latest internal battle has come from a most unlikely source - the choice of the annual Christmas tree in Brussels' main square.
Belgium Regenerates its Stagnant Comic
Sept 8, 2012
In recent years, Belgium has lost ground to other countries in its comic strip output. But now, it is fighting back...
Increased violence at home sends more
injured Syrians to Lebanon
July 30, 2012
Injured Syrians flee to Lebanon for
June 3, 2012
The ongoing violence in Syria is proving an economic boon for cross-border smuggler. this time their cargo is the wounded.
An ethical clothing pioneer in Beirut
April 28, 2012
Profile of Layla Totah, and Englishwoman in Beirut who has built a business around ethical consumerism
Wounded Syrians seek help in Lebanon
April 3, 2012
The United Nations says the year-long Syrian uprising has cost almost twelve thousand lives so far. But what of the many more injured by the conflict?
Libya struggling to gain control of
thousands of illegal guns
Dec 9, 2011
In the aftermath of the overthrow of Moammar Gaddafi, Libya is trying to get guns and heavy weaponry off the streets. So far, it hasn't proved easy.
Giving Up the Gun in Libya
November 13, 2011
Libya's NTC wants to disarm the population it armed to topple Ghaddafi. But not everyone is ready to give up the gun.
Education in Libya After Gaddafi
Nov. 11, 2011
From primary to university level, Libya’s national curriculum is now being cleansed of Gaddafi’s far-reaching influence.
Women’s Rights in Tunisia Elections
October 21, 2011
Since the Ben Ali regime was toppled in January, fortunes for women and Islamists in Tunisia appear to be changing.
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