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Latest update : 2018-11-02

Reporters: Kentucky, the heart of Trump's America

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On November 6, Americans will head to the polls for crucial midterm elections, with control of Congress at stake. This year’s vote has become essentially a referendum for or against the president, Donald Trump. While most big cities are expected to be held by Democrats, the Republican billionaire still retains support in the poorer areas of the country. Our reporters travelled to Kentucky, an agricultural state in the Midwest, to meet the Americans who have every faith in Trump.

By Fanny ALLARD , Philip CROWTHER

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2018-11-09 Reporters

Reporters: How the Salonica Front led to victory in WWI

A century ago, towards the end of World War I, Allied soldiers were engaged in fighting on the Salonica Front, near the Greek city now known as Thessaloniki. Those key battles,...

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2018-10-26 Reporters

Reporters: Chile’s Mapuche people fighting for their land

In southern Chile, a long-running conflict pitting the indigenous Mapuche people against security forces has taken a radical turn. Arson attacks, threats and armed clashes have...

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2018-10-19 Reporters

Reporters: Brexit, a sea of uncertainty for fishermen

Ninety-six percent of British fishermen voted for Brexit, saying they wanted to "get their waters back" and break away from the European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy, which...

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2018-10-12 Reporters

Reporters: No way home for the Rohingya

Since August 2017, nearly a million Rohingya Muslims have fled a brutal crackdown by the Burmese army. Today, they live in the world’s largest refugee camp in neighbouring...

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