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Macron and the military: Has power gone to his head?

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Miniskirts make headlines in France and Saudi Arabia (for different reasons)

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Why violence against women often goes unpunished in Turkey

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Latest update : 2012-06-07

Manhunt for Canadian porn actor ends in Berlin

The so-called "Canadian psycho" is caught in Berlin. Porn star Luka Rocco Magnotta was wanted for dismembering a Chinese student and posting his body parts to political parties. Next, Wisconsin's controversial governor Scott Walker makes history by surviving a recall election, in a major boost for the Republican party ahead of the US presidential election in November. Finally, Mexican students unite against presidential frontrunner Enrique Pena Nieto.

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2017-07-12 El Salvador

Outrage over teen rape case in El Salvador

This week we head to El Salvador, where a 19-year-old woman has been sentenced to 30 years in jail for giving birth to a stillborn baby after she was raped. Amnesty International...

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2017-07-06 Venezuela

The Venezuelans living in exile

Protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro have swept across Venezuela for the past three months. At least 80 people have been killed and hundreds more jailed or...

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2017-06-29 Brazil

Combatting corruption in Brazil through smart software

We head to Brazil for a closer look at the world's first anti-corruption software. It might not be capable of stopping the graft scandals engulfing the country, but it does keep...

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2017-06-22 Uber

Travis Kalanick: Uber boss steps down amid controversy

It's been eight years since Uber came onto the scene and shook things up with its ride-hailing app that matches drivers with passengers. In that time, the company has been hit by...

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2017-06-14 Venezuela

Censorship in Venezuela: Journalists find novel ways to get the news out

In Venezuela, violent protests against the president have been going on for the past two months. The situation is becoming increasingly difficult for journalists there, faced...

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