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Latest update : 2012-03-08

Super Tuesday: No knockout win for Romney

The Republican presidential race continues to be a hard-fought battle. We look at the social issues which have risen to the fore, as the hopefuls try to woo the right wing. Next, our reporters take us down the "narco tunnels" criss-crossing the ground under the US-Mexico border. Finally, an American author has taken the child-rearing tips she learned in France across the Atlantic, trying to sell the Gallic approach to her fellow Americans.



2015-11-25 refugees

US divided over how to handle refugee crisis

This week, as the migrant crisis and the Paris attacks prompt more and more countries to tighten their borders, we see how one American city is bucking the trend, welcoming...

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2015-11-20 Green Party

USA: Police training in Oakland aims to avoid blunders

This week, amid case after case of police brutality in the US, some police departments are trying to tackle heavy-handed law enforcement. We take a look at how police in Oakland,...

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2015-11-13 USA

USA: Jewish Americans' rocky relationship with Netanyahu

This week, Benjamin Netanyahu was in Washington for talks with Barack Obama. We take a look at the Israeli Prime Minister's PR campaign to repair his fractured relationship with...

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2015-11-04 Chile

USA: The reasons behind an increase in Cuban refugees

This week, warming ties between Washington and Havana have led to an increase in Cuban refugees sailing to the United States. They're trying to make the most of a unique status...

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2015-10-28 USA

USA: Dramatic arrest of student caught on video

This week, we focus on images that have shocked many in the United States and across the world. A teenage student was brutally arrested in her high school in Columbia, South...

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