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President Xi Jinping said he would help improve lives but threats remained
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A Kenyan election commission member tells us she's fled the country because of threats.
A senior Kenyan election official tells us why she's fled the country.
An electoral commissioner has left Kenya amid concerns about the re-run of the election.
Migrant workers in China's big cities still lack the same rights as their urban peers
Svetlana Gubareva recalls her ordeal when Chechen rebels seized a Moscow theatre in 2002.
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The closed-door summit, which takes place every five years, determines who rules China
President Xi Jinping spoke at the Communist Party Congress in Beijing
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China's president hints country wants extended global role at Communist Party Congress
What do Hollywood films teach us about the nature of evil? (R)
The president told his party's congress it is time for China to take "centre stage"
We hear how President Xi Jinping's speech has resonated in China and around the world
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We hear how China's President Xi Jinping's speech has resonated around the world
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