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Quentin Sommerville in Kabul says an early and substantial drawdown of British troops in Afghanistan is being privately considered
David Willey wonders who else at the Vatican - besides the butler on trial for stealing Papal documents -- is dissatisfied with the way the church is being run
Frances Harrison meets survivors from the civil war in Sri Lanka as officials there hope cricket will help restore the island's image as a holiday paradise
Pascale Harter in Barcelona on the Chinese finding business opportunities amidst the recession in Spain
Mattia Cabitza charts Peruvians' relationships with their cats: some revere them as furry family pets, while others think they make a tasty meal.
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