The Battle for Aleppo / Spain Holds Its Breath / China's New Tourists Run Into Trouble
Part One: Middle East analyst Michael Jansen on the tragedy still unfolding in Syria and the significance of the battle for the divided city of Aleppo.
Part Two: Eight months of political paralysis in Spain may at last have been broken. If it hasn't, yet another fresh election may loom. Guy Hedgecoe reports.
Part Three: Badly-behaved tourists are a well-established phenomenon in this part of the world, but in China, for whose people global-trotting is a nascent hobby, reports of misbehaviour abroad have provoked a strong negative reaction at home. They're merely teething problems for a wonderful new industry, says Clifford Coonan.
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