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As Britain prepares for an election on December 12th here's UK Reporters with this week's key events.
Stephen Sackur talks to newsmakers and personalities from across the globe.
Many Russians were convicted and others face criminal charges after a wave of protests in Moscow this summer. Supporters call them political prisoners, a claim the Kremlin rejects.
Babita Sharma visits a factory in the US to see how the ingredient parts of a microchip come together from across the planet, where they are assembled using US expertise.
In popular belief, sex trafficking in the US involves women forced across borders and held against their will. A new picture shows eight in ten victims are actually US citizens.
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Mary Beard talks to novelist Margaret Atwood about her career and her sequel to The Handmaid's Tale.
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Explores the Western perspective on the last 30 years of Polish history since the momentous, partially free parliamentary elections.
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