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Global Politics

New Delhi's electricity thieves

India's capital New Delhi has long suffered from a particular crime: electricity theft. But the private companies now running New Delhi's power plants have started to fight back. Reporter Elliot Hannon takes us on a power raid outside New Delhi.

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In other soccer news

The World's William Troop tells anchor Jeb Sharp about a shocking incident of foul play on the soccer field � an incident that seems to have denied Ireland a place at the soccer World Cup.

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Traffic safety

A global conference on road safety is being held in Moscow to discuss ways of tackling one of the world's biggest killers: traffic accidents. The World's Laura Lynch takes us to Ghana where car accidents have become a public health crisis.

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Change slow in Cuba

Cuban president Raul Castro has talked about reform since taking over from his brother Fidel in 2006. But a new report from Human Rights Watch found things are not improving as much as originally thought. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Nik Steinberg.

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Iraq vote in doubt

One of Iraq's two vice-presidents has vetoed part of the country's new election law, putting the parliamentary polls scheduled for January in doubt. Electoral officials say they have suspended preparations for the vote. Katy Clark reports.