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Tensions between Pakistan and NATO escalate and in the UK the strikes begin.
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Herman Cain affair allegations.
The death of Gary Speed, and the planned eviction of Occupy LA protesters.
Diplomatic tensions rise between USA and Pakistan after an air strike.
Rival protests in Cairo and Black Friday turns violent.
A 450 billion dollar opportunity in India, and Sir Mark Tully discusses languages.
US students held in Cairo; Yemeni president's resignation deal; a win for American Samoa.
The Tahrir Square occupation continues. Could Syria be sliding into outright civil war?
More Cairo protests, tobacco firms sue the Australian government, and find out about fog.
Running battles return to Tahrir Square and is this Beckham's swansong in the MLS?
Dotun talks with a woman who's known Saif Al Islam Gaddafi for more than 10 years.
A new hypersonic missile is tested by the Pentagon, and renewed protests in Tahrir Square.
Brooklyn Bridge demonstrations, fatal fire in Australia and Berlusconi sings the blues.
Former FA chief executive David Davies on Sepp Blatter's racism comments.
Court decides on Occupy Wall Street, DC could spend its own cash, and Obama's in Australia
Syria's isolation deepens and Gabrielle Giffords gives her first interview.
Italy has a new Prime Minister and the US mayor making his own headlines.
Silvio Berlusconi steps down as Italian Prime Minister and Peter Roebuck is found dead.
Passenger ferry hijacked in Turkey and Black Sabbath reunion.
Growing post-earthquake crisis in Turkey and the ban on tobacco branding in Australia.
The latest on another Turkish earthquake...and Dr Karl talks science.
Joe Frazier's manager on how Frazier had been 'disappointed' with his rival Muhammad Ali.
Rhod Sharp reflects on the Conrad Murray trial and speaks to Ai Weiwei.
Lenny Bruce, a secret language only spoken by women and the latest from Greece.
Is New York ready for real ale? Dotun Adebayo finds out.
World stories, including what's making the charts around the world.
Latest on Greek crisis, and the film phone-in.
Latest on the Eurozone crisis, and the science phone-in with Dr Karl.
Rhod Sharp interviews psychologist and author Steven Pinker.
Rhod Sharp with the latest news from the UK and round the world.