Midori House

21 Dec 2012

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21 December, 2012

Episode 300

55 minutes

We report from Bethlehem where the city is included on Unesco’s world heritage list. We also discuss how the airlines ban on e-readers during take off and landing looks set to be overturned and take a look at the big stories of 2012 from Latin America.

21 December, 2012

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