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US presidential race: Outsiders sweep to victory in New Hampshire

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South Carolina primary looks to be 'bare knuckle brawl'

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First hurdle cleared in bid to amend French constitution

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'Sombre but sober' atmosphere at mining conference as profits sink

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US accuses Kigali of 'destabilizing activities' in Burundi

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Bernie Sanders fires up the grass roots

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Rage against the machine: Trump and Sanders win big in New Hampshire primary (part 2)

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Latest update : 2012-05-29

Could the Houla massacre be a turning point?

A massacre in the Syrian town of Houla leaves scores of children dead and shocks the international community. Next, our reporters capture an emotional moment as one Egyptian woman goes to vote for the first time in the country’s presidential elections. Finally, in Tel Aviv, race riots spark a national debate on migrants in Israel.

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2016-02-09 Syria

War in Syria: The battle for Aleppo

This week, rebels in Syria say their lengthy battle against Bashar al-Assad is losing ground as Russian air strikes help the regime's offensive around Aleppo. Also, five months...

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2016-02-02 Syria

Syria talks: Who are the opposition negotiating in Geneva?

This week, Syria's main opposition coalition joins talks to end the conflict, but says it won't negotiate on its demands. We take a closer look at the High Negotiations...

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2016-01-26 Syria

Syria: A rare look inside Aleppo, a city left in ruins

This week, we bring you a rare report showing how the Syrian city of Aleppo has been reduced to rubble. Western journalists have been allowed back into the city to witness the...

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2016-01-19 Iran

Iran nuclear deal: Tehran eyes economic boost as sanctions lifted

This week, international sanctions are lifted on Iran, signalling new economic opportunities. But even before diplomats signed on the dotted line, firms had already been flocking...

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2016-01-12 Yemen

Syria: The ordeal of Madaya's residents

In this edition we head to Syria, where a convoy of trucks carrying humanitarian aid have arrived in the town of Madaya, besieged by the army for six months. Next, in Yemen, a...

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