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On this week's show: An eyewitness account from the Philippines as the country struggles through the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. We meet a young Pakistani dealing with sectarian violence, hear a personal take on China's reforms and get to know a young Chilean woman taking her seat in parliament.

Produced by: Neil King, André Leslie, Samantha Early and Florian Bohn.

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Hope through devastation

DW journalist Peter Hille gives an eyewitness account of the things he saw and people he met in the typhoon-devastated Philippines. He traveled through many of the worst-affected areas to report on the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.

Interview: Neil King and Samantha Early

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Pakistan's sectarian divide

Zubair Ahmed was preparing for prayers and a special meal with fellow students at his Sunni Muslim learning center in Rawalpindi on November 15. But many of his friends were killed by Shiites in what was one of the city's worst sectarian attacks.

Report: Malik Auyub Sumbal, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

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Witness recalls JFK assassination

Tina Pinder is one of the few people in her generation who didn't hear the news of US President John F. Kennedy's assassination over the radio or television. She was there when it happened, 50 years ago.

Report: Ashley Byrne

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China's reforms

Reforms announced by China's government, which include relaxing its one-child policy, have made headlines worldwide. But what do they mean for the ordinary people of China? Shanghai resident Jasmin Gu explains.

Interview: Neil King and Samantha Early

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Chile's new-generation politicians

In 2011, mass protests by students in Chile signaled a new generation demanding change. Now, four of the student movement's leaders have been elected to the country's parliament, including 26-year-old Karol Cariola.

Report: Eilís O’Neill, Santiago, Chile

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Struggle for migrant workers' rights

Preparations are underway in Qatar for the 2022 Football World Cup, but concerns about the treatment of the migrant workers building tournament facilities threatens to blight the image of the competition. James Lynch from Amnesty International says workers' suffering is extreme.

Interview: Neil King

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Tradition under scrutiny

The character of "Black Pete," a dark-skinned, afro-haired sidekick to Santa Claus, hands out presents and sweets each November, to the joy of Dutch children. But there's concern in the Netherlands and beyond that the tradition is racist.

Report: Cintia Taylor, Amsterdam

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