Archaeological ruin, bombing humanitarian hospitals & the state of mental health in the UK (E279)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the destruction of Palmyra, Islamist militants, the end of MSF Kunduz and Mind. Historian and cultural journalist Dan Cruickshank discusses the area northwest of Damascus, Khaled al-As'ad’s beheading by ISIS and the importance of antiquity. MSF humanitarian affairs advisor Michiel Hofman talks US bombing mistakes, tank espionage and war crimes. And Tom Pollard, the policy and campaigns manager of mental health charity Mind, says that Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith is putting the lives of 400,000 people at risk.
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