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Guardians Of Peace


Imagine knowing that every morning you leave for work, it could be your last. That’s the risk soldiers in Afghanistan take every day in order to protect their country. In the capital, Kabul, the army is now in charge of all security, but it can come at a very high price. The Taliban is still very much active around Afghanistan – and Kabul is no exception. Sean Callebs gets an inside view of what life is like for the nation’s guardians.

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Guardians Of Peace


Imagine knowing that every morning you leave for work, it could be your last. That’s the risk soldiers in Afghanistan take every day in order to protect their country. In the capital, Kabul, the army is now in charge of all security, but it can come at a very high price. The Taliban is still very much active around Afghanistan – and Kabul is no exception. Sean Callebs gets an inside view of what life is like for the nation’s guardians.

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Guardians of Peace CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Sean Callebs
VIDEOGRAPHER: Andrew Smith

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Fire Fight


Nobody faces more immediate pressure than someone at war, but war isn’t always about fighting people. The number of volunteer fire services in China today is estimated at nearly a quarter of a million, with nearly two million registered volunteers. These are people who take great risks to help others. Li Yang travelled to the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou where she met one extraordinary group of volunteers.

Fire Fight


Nobody faces more immediate pressure than someone at war, but war isn’t always about fighting people. The number of volunteer fire services in China today is estimated at nearly a quarter of a million, with nearly two million registered volunteers. These are people who take great risks to help others. Li Yang travelled to the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou where she met one extraordinary group of volunteers.

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FIRE FIGHT CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Li Yang
VIDEOGRAPHER & EDITOR: D J Clark

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Realising A Dream


Whether it’s with tennis, basketball or ping pong, young Chinese athletes are well known for their discipline and willingness to do whatever it takes to get to the top. And the earlier they get started, the better their chances of achieving their goal.  Fei Ye met one young girl in Beijing who’s letting nothing get in the way of her ping pong dream

Realising A Dream


Whether it’s with tennis, basketball or ping pong, young Chinese athletes are well known for their discipline and willingness to do whatever it takes to get to the top. And the earlier they get started, the better their chances of achieving their goal.  Fei Ye met one young girl in Beijing who’s letting nothing get in the way of her ping pong dream

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REALISING A DREAM CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Fei Ye
COORDINATOR: Wang Sisi
VIDEOGRAPHER: Yang Hongwei, Wang Yue
EDITOR: Wang Sisi