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South Sudan rebels say more time needed to achieve peace

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Melania, migrant children and a curious message

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Eurozone ministers inching towards 'credible' debt deal for Greece

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Erdogan goes all in: The high stakes of Turkey's elections

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Mexican justice weighs in on Cassez

Judges in Mexico have refused to release Frenchwoman Florence Cassez, who was serving a 60-year jail term for allegedly participating in a kidnapping ring. Next, the killing of a black high school student sparks a heated debate on race and Florida's lax self-defence laws. Finally, our reporters look at a new report which says the number of mosques in the US has nearly doubled in the past decade, as immigration from Muslim countries increases.

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2018-06-21 Jeanne LAVENANT

Outcry over migrant family separations in US

This week, anger mounted over the Trump administration's zero-tolerance stance on migration. A new policy has seen migrant parents and their children separated at the US-Mexico...

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2018-06-14 Jeanne LAVENANT

World Cup 2018: Panini sticker enthusiasts get their game on in Brazil

In Brazil, adults and children alike are getting stuck into the ultimate retro collectibles. Panini sticker fever is taking over the country as the 2018 World Cup kicks off in...

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2018-06-07 Jeanne LAVENANT

Nicaragua's indigenous tribes fight for their land

In Nicaragua, at least 121 people have been killed since anti-government protests broke out seven weeks ago, according to the country's main human rights group. The protesters...

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2018-06-01 Jeanne LAVENANT

US: Starbucks closes 8,000 stores for racial bias training

In the US, Starbucks is shutting down 8,000 of its stores for one afternoon this week to get their employees to talk about race. This anti-bias training session comes after two...

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2018-05-25 Jeanne LAVENANT

Venezuela hit by sky-high inflation despite large oil reserves

This week saw Nicolas Maduro re-elected as Venezuela's president. Maduro won a second term in spite of the economic crisis crippling the country. It's left Venezuela with the...

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