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During WWII, Britain deported some civilians classed as 'enemy aliens' to Australia.
Kalki Koechlin talks about performing Shakespeare in India (R)
UN ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, says Russia is telling lies about its conduct
World football's governing body says the work of the anti-racism task force is done.
American Derrick Hamilton studied law in prison so he could prove his innocence.
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Award-winning female jazz musicians from Chile and South Africa chat (R)
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Lyse Doucet talks to Colombian President Santos about the peace deal with the FARC rebels
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American Derrick Hamilton studied law in prison so he could prove his innocence. (R)
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