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Frost Over the World
Fleeing Misurata
A look at the ongoing refugee crisis in Libya and a progress report on Iraq eight months before US troops withdraw.
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2011 13:58

During an informal NATO meeting in Berlin, Sir David Frost talks to Carl Bildt, the Swedish foreign minister, about the way ahead in Libya.

Plus, Charlie Parker the editor of Citywire on spiralling oil prices and Ad Melkert, the UN special representative for Iraq, gives a progress report on the country eight months before American troops withdraw.



Actress Olivia Williams and Lost star Matthew Fox talk about their West End play, In A Forest Dark and Deep.

Plus, environmentalist George Monbiot explains why he supports nuclear power, despite the recent disaster in Fukushima, Japan. 

Finally, Ambassador William L Swing, the director-general of the International Organization for Migration, talks about the ongoing refugee crisis in the Libyan city of Misurata.

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Al Jazeera
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