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US foreign policy: Back to Iraq


This week, US Secretary of State John Kerry jets in to the Middle East for crisis talks on Iraq. Washington is insisting its involvement will be limited. Next, Brazil is in full-swing football fever, but getting resources and recognition is still a battle for female players. Finally, we take you to what was once a Mexican ghost town: nearly all the residents had fled because of deadly drug cartel wars, but some are starting to return.

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