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A festival, a market and a spectacle, the Sonepur Mela is one of Asia's biggest fairs
Montevideo's underage rubbish collectors; lessons in life (and English) in Luang Prabang
The bravery of Baghdad's ordinary heroes; a decadent disco in Dubai
Protesters drive their point home in Sofia; Maoism lives on in one Henan commune
The Gettysburg Address, JFK's murder and the present, and American football's troubles
Stories of tradition and change from Vietnam, Norway, India, Denmark, Nigeria and Jersey
Tracking down jewellery thieves Mike, Leyla and Novak from The Pink Panther gang
Why nothing is quite as it seems in Jerusalem, and living on a tiny island in Sweden.
Moldovans torn between the EU and Russia, and an old delicacy from the island of Jersey
Human rights debates in Sri Lanka, and a stirring religious service in Atlanta, Georgia
Iran's diplomatic charm offensive in nuclear negotiations; loving the Lagos arts scene
Tales of austerity, hard work and hope from India, Germany, Ireland, Comoros and Senegal
A hoard of art looted by the Nazis prompts David Mazower to reflect on war and loss
When humans and elephants compete in Malaysia; is killing your own chicken more ethical?
Denial about the conflict in Damascus; Erbil debates how WWI shaped the Kurds' future
A novice gets tied in knots at Delhi's "sari school"; a garrulous train journey to Dublin
The Sri Lankan Tamils who say they’ve been abducted, tortured and raped by state forces
Stories of female power from Pakistan, Russia, Germany, Greece, Germany and Morocco
Why two French journalists died near Kidal, and the risky bus ride from Amman to Damascus
Strategic exploitation of the seas from Tonga and Kiribati to Castlebearehaven in Ireland
The Muslim Brotherhood leaders now on trial; the dubious Libyans hiding out in Hammamet
How violence spread from Sudan's periphery to Khartoum; stories of Melilla's "mule women"
Israel's separation barrier brings memories of Berlin's Wall; smiles for Moscow visitors
From electricians in Nigeria, to pastry-makers in Rome - and journalists past and present
Why some Comorians risk it all to reach Mayotte; an evening's binge drinking in Tassiliq