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Hong Kong in rebellion against the 'motherland'

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Latest update : 2011-04-21

United States: credit rating under threat?

The United States endures further economic woes as Standard and Poor’s lowers the nation's credit outlook. Meanwhile, BP seeks to distribute its 20-billion-dollar compensation fund after last year's devastating oil spill, but who is entitled to get what? Finally, the push is on to finish the missing link in a highway that stretches from Alaska to Argentina.

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2014-07-17 music

Obama's 'regular guy' strategy

This week, Barack Obama gets up close with the voters as he looks to boost the Democrats chances in midterm elections. Also, Bowe Bergdahl rejoins the ranks of the US army after...

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2014-07-09 USA

World Cup humiliation for host nation

This week, the sadness of Brazil is matched only by the surprise of the rest of the world as the world cup hosts and favourites are crushed by Germany. Then, a World Cup ticket...

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2014-06-25 2014 FIFA World Cup

US foreign policy: Back to Iraq

This week, US Secretary of State John Kerry jets in to the Middle East for crisis talks on Iraq. Washington is insisting its involvement will be limited. Next, Brazil is in...

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2014-06-18 2014 FIFA World Cup

Iraq crisis: Washington weighs military options

The US is once again facing a conflict in Iraq. Washington says it is studying all options, but seems very reluctant to put boots on the ground. Next, the US Supreme Court wants...

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2014-06-11 tourism

2014 World Cup: Angry workers threaten more strikes as opening looms

This week, strike action looms large over the World Cup. Sao Paulo, Brazil's richest city, faces issues such as transport and housing woes. Also, France prepares to face off...

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