WHYS 60: Turkey and Syria / US Presidential debate

After a series of mortar attacks on the border between Turkey and Syria, the Turkish government have authorised military action against the Syrian regime. Is Turkey guilty of fuelling violence on the border or are they just the first nation to get embroiled in an inevitable regional war? We talk to people in Turkey to see how they feel about their government's decision.

And after Obama and Romney's first presidential debate we stage a debate of our own. Our Republican and Democrat "candidates" go head-to-head answering six key questions put to them by our audience.

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Thu 4 Oct 2012 17:05 GMT

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