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Inside the Americas

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders go head-to-head for Democratic nomination

INSIDE THE AMERICAS
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The race for the US Democratic nomination is heating up after Joe Biden won nine states on Super Tuesday. The former vice president claims he's started a movement. But his rival Bernie Sanders, who took home the biggest prize of California, says you can't defeat Donald Trump by offering more of the same. We take a closer look and find out more with our guest, historian and professor Paul Schor.

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We also head to Guyana, which held elections on Monday. The crucial vote will determine which party oversees an oil boom in the third-poorest country in South America. Meanwhile, racial tensions play a factor as voters cast their ballots. Our regional correspondent Fanny Lothaire reports from the capital Georgetown.

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