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Ros Atkins is a BBC News presenter who hosts the programme Outside Source which broadcasts at 1900 GMT, Monday-Thursday on BBC World News and BBC News Channel. Previously he hosted World Have Your Say on BBC World News and BBC World Service radio.

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US Election 2020: Is American democracy in crisis?

The BBC's Ros Atkins looks at Donald Trump's refusal to concede and what this means for US politics.
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The Trump campaign 'Four Seasons' saga explained

The BBC's Ros Atkins explains why everyone is talking about a Trump campaign news conference.
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Covid-19: Is Sweden getting it right?

The BBC's Ros Atkins looks at one country that has been an outlier from the start of the pandemic.
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Avoiding war in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

Ros Atkins explains why despite calls for a ceasefire, fighting over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh continues to intensify.
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The threat of 'vaccine nationalism'

Ros Atkins looks at why vaccine nationalism is a growing concern in the global effort to tackle Covid-19.
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Breaking down the Brexit border problem

BBC's Ros Atkins explains the latest Brexit row and the thorny issue of customs checks and Northern Ireland.
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Why Australia-China row matters

Ros Atkins explains why relations between the two countries are deteriorating fast.
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Coronavirus v Influenza: How do the two viruses compare?

Ros Atkins from BBC Outside Source takes a closer look at coronavirus and what makes it different from flu.
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Australia fires: Debunking 'arson emergency' claims

The BBC's Ros Atkins explains why the arson claims around Australia's fires are inaccurate.
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Australian bushfire anger explained

The BBC's Ros Atkins explains Australia's bushfire crisis and why people are so angry.
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