There are so many French-born players at the World Cup that fans of Les Bleus could have chosen between two different full teams. But how do they feel about their players choosing to support different countries?
Haitian are still battling to rebuild their lives and their homes two years after the devastating earthquake. Historian Laurent Dubois explains how Haiti's turbulent past continues to resonate in its politics today.
For the latest on Duvalier's return is Jacqueline Charles, Caribbean correspondent for The Miami Herald. To give us a sense for Duvalier's legacy in Haiti is Laurent Dubois, professor at Duke University.
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