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Turkey authorises force in Syria; Annan says let down by UN; Bond's greatest set designer.
A special edition of Newshour from South Carolina, following the first presidential debate
Can Ahmedinejad solve Iran's woes? First US Presidential debate; Who was Nguyen Chi Thien?
Chinese firm sues Obama; Iranian currency traders riot; Limpopo children demand textbooks.
Nigeria killings blamed on student dispute; Ayaan Hirsi Ali; Pope's butler defends himself
Nigeria gunmen kill students; Saakashvili concedes power in Georgia; gay 'cure' ban in UK
Ban presses Syria; our ageing planet; US Supreme Court considers universal jurisdiction.
Deputy Kenyan PM on seizing Kismayo; Bosnia museum forced to close; Eric Hobsbawm dies
Libya arms amnesty extended; Kenya Somalis suffer reprisals; how to dance to Gangnam Style
Ancient Syrian souks ruined; AK's decade in power in Turkey; and the return of the kibbutz
Guantanamo prisoner returns to Canada; Burma President; NY Times publisher dies
Al-Shabab out of Kismayo; Iran's MEK off US terrorist list; grandmother stands up to gang.
Bo Xilai's expulsion; Kenyan and Somali forces storm Kismayo; the female pilots of WWII
A special programme from Chicago: has President Obama delivered on his promises?
New doubts over Heywood death account; Mexico drugs boss captured; Gaddafi's harem
Spain's austerity budget, Bill Gates on polio, Dad offers $60m to "cure" lesbian daughter
Ahmadinejad at the UN; green politics in the US elections; a wakeboarder's fish fingers
Anglicans debate next Archbishop; blasts in Damascus; travels of a message in a bottle
Syrian rebel leader killed by rival group, typewriter revival in Russia, Malala at the UN
Special programme from Wisconsin about the Republican vice-presidential hopeful Paul Ryan
Syrian minister: Foreign countries sending 'terrorists'; and Schwarzenegger's think tank
German Catholics face tax threat; riots at Foxconn production; Is the word pleb an insult?
CNN and State Department row over ambassador's diary & a rare visit to Assad's heartland
Belarus goes to polls; Offensive football chants; a new cloud on the horizon?
Free Syrian Army moves HQ into Syria; a model with Down's Syndrome; the Bible in Jamaican
Benghazi militias; Iran restricts female university access; and Facebook party goes viral
Pakistan violence; Turkey military verdict; Is China abandoning its one child policy?
Newshour comes live from Paris on the opening of the Louvre's new gallery of Islamic art.
Mogadishu suicide attacks; Syrian air strike kills 54; Libya US ambassador funeral
Indian strikes against foreign supermarkets; Kenya mass graves; Burma and The West Wing.