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Andrew Harding says ending one miners dispute in South Africa does not mean the authorities' troubles are over.
Judith Kampner, a new US citizen, volunteers to become an election worker -- and all does not go according to plan.
Jonathan Fryer hears that while Istanbul may be one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities, Turkey does not officially approve of multiculturalism.
Martin Buckley takes the slow train to Belgrade and finds a lively city keen to move on from recent Balkans history.
Will Grant experiences an egg shortage in Mexico -- a country more reliant on eggs than any other.
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