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Latest update : 2013-11-08

USA: Who won what in latest elections?

We look at the results from the start of the electoral season in the United States. Voters in New York have elected a Democratic mayor for the first time in 24 years. Meanwhile, the mayor of Toronto in Canada comes clean and admits to smoking crack cocaine. Finally, we look at a turnaround for Colombia’s former crime capital, Medellin. The city, once haunted by drug cartels and violence, is now attracting tourists.

By Stéphanie ANTOINE , Kalvin NG , Joanna COCKERELL

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2015-04-22 FBI

USA: FBI admits two decades of flawed forensics

This week, the FBI owns up to a massive scandal. The agency has formally admitted its agents used flawed forensic evidence in criminal investigations for over 20 years. Next, we...

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2015-04-15 US Presidential Election 2016

2016 presidential race: Can Hillary Clinton count on the female vote?

Hillary Clinton has confirmed she's running for the 2016 US presidential election. She will be looking to woo women voters who could make the difference. Next, another black...

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2015-04-08 California

Nicaragua bucks Central America's high crime trend

This week, we head to Nicaragua, where police are adopting a radically different approach to fighting crime. Next, in California, as a devastating drought enters its fourth year,...

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2015-04-01 USA

United States: religious freedom law sparks controversy

This week, lawmakers in Indiana brought in new legislation to protect religious freedom. But opponents say this new state law gives license to discriminate against gays and...

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2015-03-25 Republicans (USA)

US presidential election: Who looks set to run in 2016?

This week, Ted Cruz announces he's running for US president. We look at his chances of winning the Republican nomination and who else could be in the running. Next, in Argentina,...

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