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India's 'twin town' phenomenon

By: Molly Hall Follow | Joanna COCKERELL | Natacha MILLERET
1 min

In this edition, we go to "twin town" in India. The number of twins born in the village of Kodinhi is nearly 6 times the national average. Doctors are trying to figure why. But first, we head to Nepal where a devastating earthquake has claimed thousands of lives and left tens of thousands more homeless.

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Also, four decades after the end of the Vietnam war, one woman is taking America's biggest chemicals companies to court.

Finally, we take a closer look at the rising attacks and religious desecrations threatening Pakistan's dwindling Sikh community.

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