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The United States is headed for another budget crisis. Servicemen and women could be facing the axe if a deal isn't reached soon. Also, Mexico's Ciudad Juarez, once dubbed "the murder capital of the world", sees drop in crime. Finally Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet is one of the favourites to replace Benedict XVI. We meet the excited residents of his tiny village.

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