30/08/2009

Exit polls in Japan suggest the Liberal Democrats have lost the virtually uninterrupted grip on power they've enjoyed for half a century. We hear from Tokyo.

Is there a link between coal-fired power stations and an increase in birth defects in northern India? We talk to a journalist who thinks there may be.

And our correspondent on China's border with Burma tells about the Burmese refugees who've escaped fighting between Burmese troops and ethinc rebels.

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Rob Watson on the Road

A love-hate relationship

A journey around the UK to test the mood ahead of the EU referendum

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

In tribute of the boxing legend who has died aged 74.

Newshour in the US

Newshour in the US

Owen Bennett Jones reports from Texas, Oklahoma and New Orleans.

Gallery: Drought in Ethiopia

The drought has affected Shewit's education

How is the drought affecting education in the country?

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