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Uruguay: freed Guantanamo detainees try to adjust to normal life

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Pope's Scathing Tidings: Pontiff Blasts 'Illnesses' at Vatican's Heart (part 2)

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Latest update : 2010-12-20

George W. Bush finally breaks his silence

Former US President George W. Bush is back in the spotlight after releasing his memoirs, in which he recounts the many mistakes he feels he made during his eight years in the White House. The latest grim finds as Mexico's drug war claims its 10,000 victim this year; police in Acapulco uncover mass grave of 18 bodies. And how Ecuador has become the promised land for many Cubans.

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2014-12-24 USA

Uruguay: freed Guantanamo detainees try to adjust to normal life

Our reporters meet six men released from the Guantanamo Bay prison earlier this month, trying to adjust to their new lives in Uruguay. Also: the US may have restored ties with...

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2014-12-18 Sony

Sony Pictures reels from cyber-attack

This week, Sony pictures is hit hard by hackers. The entertainment firm scrambles to stop the media from publishing the details of stolen plots. Also on the show, Peru seeks to...

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2014-12-11 CIA

CIA misled White House and public about torture, Senate report says

We look at the explosive report that says America's top intelligence agency compromised national values. Also, Uruguay agrees to take six inmates from Guantanamo Bay. It is of...

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2014-12-03 USA

US police under surveillance

This week, by announcing 50,000 body cameras for US police, Barack Obama vows to use his two years left in office to prevent a repeat of the fatal Ferguson killing. Next, Bill...

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2014-11-20 USA

Obama to take executive action on immigration

This week, US President Barack Obama prepares to announce an executive order on immigration. We head to Colorado to investigate how much some states rely on undocumented workers.

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