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Current affairs documentary reporting on issues around the world.
A brilliant student, Mashal Khan, was brutally murdered by a mob on a university campus in Pakistan earlier this year after he was accused of blasphemy. The killing has caused widespread outrage in Pakistan andhas even led to calls to change the country's strict blasphemy laws. Who was Mashal Khan and why was he murdered? Secunder Kermani investigates. Contains some upsetting scenes which viewers may find disturbing.
Yalda Hakim reports from Sicily, which is on the frontline of Italy's escalating migrant crisis. More than 85 thousand people are believed to have crossed the Mediterranean from Libya to Italy already thisyear; over two thousand are thought to have died in the attempt. Ships operated by charities are rescuing thousands but, as the numbers crossing grow, they face accusations that they're encouraging the migrant trade. Meanwhile, anti-immigrant groups are targeting Sicily, seeing an opportunity to build popular support.
In the Netherlands, and across Europe, thousands of Iranian refugees are converting to Christianity. For many, conversion offers a new start in Europe, and for Dutch churches it's a much needed boost todwindling congregations. But some say the refugees are only becoming Christians so they won't be sent back to Iran, where converting to Christianity can carry a heavy penalty. So are these converts 'born again Christians' or simply praying for asylum?
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