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Frost Over the World
A North African refugee crisis
Will unrest in the region see an influx of refugees into Europe?
Last Modified: 19 Mar 2011 14:18

Lawrence Gonzi, the prime minister of Malta, and Jonathan Ellis, the director of policy at the Refugee Council in Britain, discuss the likely influx of refugees from North Africa to Europe.

Plus, Robin Lamb, the former UK ambassador to Bahrain and director-general of the Libyan British Business Council, talks about recent events in Bahrain.

And, finally, former athlete and Olympic medalist Carl Lewis looks ahead to the London 2012 Olympic Games.

John Key, the prime minister of New Zealand, talks about the earthquake that struck his country in February and the recent disaster in Japan.

Plus, Michael Meacher, the UK's former environment minister, discusses the future of nuclear power after the crisis in Japan.

And, actress and UNICEF goodwill ambassador Mia Farrow reflects on her recent visit to South Sudan.

This episode of Frost Over the World aired from Friday, March 18, 2011.

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