19 Dec 2012
00:00 / 00:00
19 December 2012
01 hour 46 minutes
A profile of John Kerry – the man expected to become the next US Secretary of State, we look into whether the creation of a new Mexican police force will help tackle cartel crime, and our man in Milan, Ivan Carvhalho, joins us in the studio.
19 December 2012
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