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Anu Anand is in to India to explore changing consumption patterns by looking at the con...
In the wake of top prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death, who do Argentinians trust?
Should India's leading writers, musicians, and directors be free to offend and provoke?
We'll speak to residents, getting reaction to the victory of Syriza in the elections.
Syriza leader Tsipras has vowed to renegotiate Greece's bailout, to end Greece's "pain"
Your reaction to the death of the Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz
As fighting intensifies in rebel-held Donetsk, we speak to Ukrainians on the ground
A former British tennis player says menstruation is the 'last taboo' for women in sport
Shaimaa Khalil looks at the relationship between democracy and Islam
We put your questions to members of the richest 1% of people in the world.
Do gay and lesbian children have the right to be educated separately to avoid bullying?
Nigerians react to new images showing devastation in towns attacked by Boko Haram
French comedian Dieudonne detained over comment appearing to back Charlie Hebdo gunman
Stay or leave? French Jews weigh up their options. And has the world failed Nigeria?
We hear from eyewitnesses after police bring two hostage situations in Paris, to an end
We hear reaction from Paris to the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices
We're in Paris after at least 12 people were killed at the office of a satirical magazine
Some policemen are angry at New York's Mayor for supporting recent anti-police protests
Tensions boil over in Lebanon as it struggles to cope with over 1m Syrian refugees
We speak to migrants and ask if Europe should see them as a problem or an opportunity.
Cancer patients react to doctor's blog titled "dying of cancer is the best death".