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An estimated 12, people of all faiths, Muslims, Christians, Jews and others are still missing - feared slaughtered - right across this troubled Balkan territory. Nadezhda Terekhova God's Word at the World's Borders At the end of a week when President Donald Trump visited European countries, immigration was one of the many issues which has made the headlines The President used his visit to say that immigration has "changed the fabric of Europe" and that "allowing millions and millions of people to come into Europe is very, very sad.

Natalia Golysheva Photo Credit: There are millions more — also people of faith - who utterly disagree with them. Produced and Presented by Audrey Brown Photo: In fact, many shrines find their roots in pre-Islamic and pagan times.

As she travels around Bosnia-Herzegovina, Anna witnesses a country officially at peace, but more religiously divided than it was before the war.

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The Country of a Hundred Shrines. He is now a translator, and recently worked at the trial of Ratko Mladic. Al Sharpton joins other members of an interfaith delegation of 40 religious an overt flirt is from romeo and juliet in McAllen, Texas Credit: Monks and historians have worked together to keep the dual-legacy of Solovki alive, but spiritual revival on the bones of the dead has proved complicated; the Russian Orthodox Church wants to make the entire archipelago the stronghold of belief it had once been, while historians and human rights activists say that traces of Gulag are being gradually and forcibly removed.

Sasa was four years old when soldiers drove into his home town of Mostar — his family was a mix of Bosnian Muslim and Serbian Orthodox and the war ripped it apart. There are millions who are defiantly anti-immigration who are also devoted to their faith and the word of God.

Produced and Presented by Natalia Golysheva Image: Mally lives in the Kwa-Thema township near Johannesburg, where several gay women, including her daughter Eudy, have been murdered.

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She joins pilgrims on their journey to the far-off skits, hears from local residents and speaks to the granddaughter of perhaps the most famous Gulag survivor Dmitry Likhachov asking her what Solovki represents in modern day Russia.

Now the new Uzbek government is ready to restore and open all shrines to public in a bid to boost tourism and most importantly — to fight the growing radicalism among young Uzbeks. Listeners may find some of the material in this programme upsetting. He is now a translator, and recently worked at the trial of Ratko Mladic.

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There are millions who are defiantly anti-immigration who are also devoted to their faith and the word of God. Is it a place of religious worship or a memorial to its most painful past, and will reconciliation ever be possible?

Is it a place of religious worship or a memorial to its most painful past, and will reconciliation ever be possible? Locked for most of the past years under the Russian rule, it emerged as an independent nation in — only to slide into a totalitarian state with restricted religious freedoms.

Monks and historians have worked together to keep the dual-legacy of Solovki alive, but spiritual revival on the bones of the dead has proved complicated; the Russian Orthodox Church wants to make the entire archipelago the stronghold of belief it had once been, while historians and human rights activists say that traces of Gulag are being gradually and forcibly removed.

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Nadezhda Terekhova God's Word at the World's Borders At the end of a week when President Donald Trump visited European countries, immigration was one of the many issues which has made the headlines The President used his visit to say that immigration has "changed the fabric of Europe" and that "allowing millions and millions of people to come into Europe is very, very sad.

Presented by Anna Holligan Photo title: It is home to hundreds of well-preserved mosques, madrasas, bazaars and mausoleums, dating largely from the 9th to the 17th centuries, almost untarnished by the time.

BBC Unearthing the Past in Srebrenica On July the 11th every year, the bodies of those who Sasa helped to identify over the past 12 months are re-buried in a Muslim service and Anna will witness the ceremony at the sprawling Potocari Cemetery and meet the families on a pilgrimage to honour the ones they loved and lost.

Mally lives in the Kwa-Thema township near Johannesburg, where several gay women, including her daughter Eudy, have been murdered. Listeners may find some of the material in this programme upsetting.

Audrey Brown meets Mally, as well as her Pastor Smadz Matsepe, who have united to use their faith to fight cultural homophobia.

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BBC Unearthing the Past in Srebrenica On July the 11th every year, the bodies of those who Sasa helped to identify over the past 12 months are re-buried in a Muslim service and Anna will witness the ceremony at the sprawling Potocari Cemetery and meet the families on a pilgrimage to honour the ones they loved and lost.

An estimated 12, people of all faiths, Muslims, Christians, Jews and others are still missing - feared slaughtered - right across this troubled Balkan territory.

Poverty, the loss of identity and the closeness to volatile neighbours such as Afghanistan and Tajikistan have contributed to the spread of radicalisation. Neither could the Muslim Ulema who say that visiting shrines may contradict Islamic teachings.

With the fall of the communism in the early 's, the monastery was re-established though and a small group of monks were allowed to settle. There are millions more — also people of faith - who utterly disagree with them. Produced and Presented by Natalia Golysheva Image: With the fall of the communism in the early 's, the monastery was re-established though and a small group of monks were allowed to settle.

In the last couple of years several radicalised Uzbeks committed terror attacks in the USA, Europe and Russia prompting the fears that the many young Uzbeks might be joining militant Islamist groups.

Audrey Brown meets Mally, as well as her Pastor Smadz Matsepe, who have united to use their faith to fight cultural homophobia.

Sasa was four years old when soldiers drove into his home town of Mostar — his family was a mix of Bosnian Muslim and Serbian Orthodox and the war ripped it apart.

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Presented by Anna Holligan Photo title: Rustam Qobil travels to the ancient cities of Bukhara and Samarkand in his native Uzbekistan to find out if the increased interest to shrines can indeed stop radicalism. Al Sharpton joins other members of an interfaith delegation of 40 religious leaders in McAllen, Texas Credit: As she travels around Bosnia-Herzegovina, Anna witnesses a country officially at peace, but more religiously divided than it was before the war.

Hundreds of Uzbeks fight alongside militants in Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Mideast. Produced and Presented by Audrey Brown Photo: She joins pilgrims on their journey to the far-off skits, hears from local residents and speaks to the granddaughter of perhaps the most famous Gulag survivor Dmitry Likhachov asking her what Solovki represents in modern day Russia.