This week’s headlines included:
- Unrest in northern Iraq, as the government looks to Shia militias in its campaign against Da’esh.
- Britain’s right wing UK Independence Party continues to look for a new leader, but does anyone want the job?
- Yet more revelations of abuse emerge from Australia’s Nauru detention center.
- We look at the implications of Brexit on the Good Friday peace agreement in Northern Ireland.
- Eighteen officials were arrested in Colombia over links to right wing paramilitary groups.
- The former house speaker who brought down President Dilma Rousseff — Edwardo Cunha — was arrested on corruption charges.
- And is the controversial EU-Canada CETA trade deal dead? You can find previous editions of World in Focus here.
You can find previous editions of World in Focus here.
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