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2016-11-03 09:22 IN THE WORLD PRESS

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IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Thursday, November 3: In today's show, we look at reactions to calls for South African President Jacob Zuma to step down over what some are calling South Africa's biggest political scandal since its transition to democracy. Donald Trump finds a surprisingly group of new supporters but Hillary Clinton is still the favorite to win. Finally, a gesture to remember the war dead turns into a political row ahead of England and Scotland's World Cup qualifier

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