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On this week's show: Protests in Brazil, repercussions in Turkey and unsolved murders in Canada. Also: The DW journalist imprisoned in Chad, a case of mistaken identity in Iran and an organ donation which bridged the Israeli-Palestinian divide.

Produced by: Kate Laycock, Neil King, Jürgen Kuhn, Thomas Schmidt and Nancy Isenson, with additional research by Samantha Early.  

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The week that changed Brazil

Reporter Dom Phillips looks back on a week in which Brazil discovered a voice it never even knew it had.

Interview: Neil King and Kate Laycock

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No turning back

Can Oz is the owner of one of Turkey's largest literary houses. Now he's putting all that on the line in order to protest against the government.

Report: Dorian Jones

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Tears for Justice

Gladys Radek's struggle for justice for her niece, and the hundreds of other aboriginal women who have gone missing in Canada.

Report: Sian Griffiths

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What's in a name?

Neda Soltani is not Neda Soltan, the Iranian woman who was killed during Iran's green uprising in June 2009. So why did the Iranian government claim that she was?

Report: Michael Hartlep

The gift of life

Tears and smiles combine in the tale of a Palestinian boy saved by a kidney donated by the parents of a dead Israeli toddler.

Report: Irris Makler

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