New US citizens take the Oath of Allegiance during an Independence Day naturalisation ceremony in Seattle, Washington, US on July 4, 2016. (REUTERS/DAVID RYDER)
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Episode
November 8, 2016
Naturalised US citizens share where they stand on the big issues of the 2016 election.
New US citizens take the Oath of Allegiance during an Independence Day naturalisation ceremony in Seattle, Washington, US on July 4, 2016. (REUTERS/DAVID RYDER)
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Episode
November 7, 2016
Naturalised US citizens discuss participating in the democratic process of their adopted country.
Protesters hold signs at an anti-pipeline protest outside the state capitol building in Bismarck, North Dakota.  (AP/JOHN L. MONE)
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Episode
November 3, 2016
Has the North Dakota anti-pipeline protest ignited a new US national movement?
From left to right: Arna Sigurbjörnsdóttir, Sunna Ævarsdóttir, Lilja Alfreðsdóttir, Jóna Sólveig Elínardóttir.
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Episode
November 2, 2016
What will the future of Iceland look like with a gender-inclusive government leading the way?
People voting in a US polling station. (GETTY/BLEND IMAGES – HILL STREET STUDIOS)
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Episode
November 1, 2016
US voters with disabilities make up one-sixth of the electorate, but how well are they represented?
People voting in a US polling station. (GETTY/BLEND IMAGES – HILL STREET STUDIOS)
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Episode
October 31, 2016
Mocked by a presidential candidate, Americans with disabilities make US election rallying call for rights.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addresses an event marking the group's 10 year anniversary in Berlin, Germany on October 4, 2016. (REUTERS/AXEL SCHMIDT)
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Episode
October 27, 2016
Critics say online whistleblower is violating privacy and interfering in US election.
 Exterior view of new International Criminal Court building in The Hague. (GETTY/MICHEL PORRO)
4
Episode
October 26, 2016
What impact will the exit have on the African Union?
Clockwise from top left: 'No' supporters gather in Colombia. (GETTY/MARIO TAMA); Father and daughter at Donald Trump rally (REUTERS/MIKE SEGAR); Iraqis who fled Mosul rest under tent upon reaching Syria. (REUTERS/RODI SAID)
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Episode
October 25, 2016
Displaced in the battle for Mosul, Colombia after the referendum and paid family leave in the US.
Residents carry relief supplies in southwestern Haiti, where cholera cases have increased after Hurricane Matthew. (AP/REBECCA BLACKWELL)
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Episode
October 24, 2016
Do upcoming elections and a UN pledge on cholera offer hope?
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