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Americas: April 2010 Archives

April 29 & May 2: from Peterborough, England - Lyon - Geneva - Aroura - Port-au-Prince

Is Britain letting in every Tom, Dick and Harry? Immigration grates on the British voting public this election season.

France takes the cake. An insight into why the French view pastry as culture, and how its chefs become Kings.

A Palestinian preparing for peace. We profile the prime minister and his lonely promise of a Third Way.

So why is the new American hardline on Israel a challenge to Canada too? And, a correspondent yearns for a new Haiti, and hopes the earthquake has buried the old one.

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April 8 & 11: from Washington - Augusta, Georgia - Mojave desert - Tripoli - Phnom Penh

Everything's coming up nukes! Amid a flurry of global negotiations, we ask where the real progress will be made. 

Make-believe in the Mojave. The California desert stands in for Afghanistan, as young Canadian soldiers and journalists learn hard truths about each other. 

The soft hands and clay feet of Tiger Woods. Our correspondent observes the return of an incomplete athlete. 

Darfur. It's everybody's favorite war, according to the author of a new book that says the celebrity campaign to end it only makes things worse. 

All that, and our look back at Ghadaffi's lock on Libya, and the Great Game underway in Cambodia.

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