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Reports and analysis from writers and journalists around the world. Opposition leader Raila Odinga declares himself the 'People's President' in Kenya. Introduced by Kate Adie.

Opposition leader Raila Odinga declares himself the 'People's President' in Kenya. Kate Adie introduces stories wit and analysis from correspondents around the world.

Expecting trouble, Alastair Leithead attends a controversial swearing-in ceremony in Nairobi but the government's show of force didn't come from the security forces sent to police the event. The water crisis engulfing Cape Town is making headlines around the world, but Pumza Fihlani says a lack of running water has long been a way of life for millions of others in South Africa. Laurence Blair examines how immigration is becoming a political issue in Chile and how the recent arrivals and their hosts are having to adapt. In Switzerland, Katherine Forster revisits the site of a fancy dress party that changed her life and finds a country that, at first glance, appears the same. And Emma Levine plays chess in Armenia against an eleven year old who is hoping to become one of the world's youngest ever grandmasters.

Producer: Joe Kent.

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