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Violence and death in Kyiv, Ukraine; an animal rights activist watches dolphins slaughtered in Japan and a Jerusalem school breaking down barriers. Also, slavery, race and contemporary America and following a passion to inspire.

Produced by Emma Wallis, Neil King, Christoph Groove and Nancy Isenson

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Protests intensify in Ukraine

After a breakdown in negotiations between the opposition and President Yanukovich, the mood in Ukraine is intensifying and turning violent among the barricades as Mareike Aden reports from Kyiv

Interview: Neil King and Emma Wallis

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Dolphins slaughtered in Japan

The annual trapping and killing of dolphins in Taiji, Japan, has once again drawn widespread international condemnation from animal rights groups. One observer, Melissa Sehgal from Sea Shepherd, explained what she saw.

Interview: Emma Wallis and Neil King

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Hand in hand in Jerusalem

In Israel, Arabs and Jews often live very separate lives. A fact that is compounded by the country's education system. But the bilingual Hand-in-Hand school in Jerusalem is working to change all that and build bridges.

Report: Kate Shuttleworth, Jerusalem, Israel

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'12 Years a Slave': A descendant talks

The film "12 Years a Slave" tells the story of a free man tricked and sold into slavery. More than 200 years later, his descendants are many. Irene Northrup-Zahos talks about the impact her great-great-grandfather had.

Interview: Neil King and Emma Wallis

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Running to inspire

Angelo Baca is a Navajo and Hopi from Four Corners, New Mexico. Growing up on a Native American reservation wasn't easy. He used distance running as a tool to overcome obstacles. Now his passion is inspiring others.

Report: Eilis O'Neill, Seattle, USA

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'Eat, move, improve'

Antonia Eriksson is a Swedish teenager who suffered from an eating disorder. In 2012 she was hospitalized with near organ failure but now she's recovering thanks to online support for her fight to regain her health.

Interview: Emma Wallis and Neil King

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