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God, what's happening in the world! A reality check on the web.
Reality Check looks at Turkey's Erdogan and Russia's Putin, trading accusations.
....but Reality Check looks into what it really means for refugees and for the people of Turkey.
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Does the British Secret Service give its spies a licence to kill? A Reality Check on what goes on in spying agencies in 2015.....
Reality Check on why it took so long for the US military to pass on a message that could have saved the lives of 30 doctors, nurses and patients at an MSF hospital in Kunduz.
In public, NATO members are supportive of Turkey's action in downing the Russian military jet. But Reality Check hears that, in private, things may be different....
That was almost bound to happen! Turkey shooting down a Russian military plane. Reality Check goes Live to Istanbul.
Schools and public buildings remain closed and soldiers are patrolling the streets. Reality Check asks how long can this continue?
New, much stricter, asylum laws are meant to be enforced as of November 15th. Reality Check gets reaction to this news.
Reality Check looks at the stunning, unexpected victory for Erdogan's AK Party.
As the US steps up its campaign against ISIS, Reality Check assesses Washington's new mood against the militants.
Beyond the myth of Evita, Reality Check explores the relevance of the Peronist movement for today's young Argentinians.
Saturday's Reality Check: a young woman demanding that women are seen as equal partners in Libya. A brave voice in a challenging region.
.....making soapies in Kabul. Reality Check meets Trudi-Ann Tierney.
Reality Check on that political surprise in Athens.
Confusion over Hungary's response. Reality Check on the latest.
Reality Check sits down with the acclaimed economist and campaigner in the fight against poverty.
Reality Check and nervous financial graphs in Beijing.
Reality Check on the growing crisis for migrants here.
Is the party that held Europe on a knife-edge about to splinter or strengthen?
Reality Check hears about ordinary people across Austria
helping refugees with individual, spontaneous acts.