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What do Armenians and Turks learn about the 'genocide'? Plus Greece, and London gang life
Questions on the ethics of a pioneering US genetics trial, and a migrant reunion in Malta
Hearing from migrants, rescuers and local people on the frontline of the latest disaster
Is Europe ignoring 'genocide' as Malta PM says? And reaction to the Zulu King's speech.
African anger over South Africa's xenophobic attacks, fleeing Yemen, and Star Wars
We hear from foreigners in South Africa after more xenophobic attacks in the country.
Can Europe stop migrants dying?
Your messages for Nigeria's missing girls & Sierra Leone's schools reopen after Ebola
Do you care if the US president is a man or woman? Plus, UK election snapshot: Students
Cuban and US voices ahead of Obama-Castro talks, and attacks on foreigners in Durban
What's it like when people try to "convert" you from gay to straight?
Charleston police officer charged with murder. Plus, the Cecil Rhodes statue debate
The terror attacks in Kenya and Paris - and how leaders, people and media have reacted
After the Garissa attack, we speak to Kenyan Somalis
We're at a central London hostel hearing the issues that led to people being homeless.
Reaction from Kenya after the deadly attack by Al Shabaab militants on a college campus
As Nigerians celebrate their historic election, many other Africans are inspired by it