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One man's mission to bring fun back to the battle-scarred Swat Valley in Pakistan.
In 1975 a US airman announced he was gay, to test the military's attitude to homosexuals.
Fifteen years ago a new "wonder" drug was approved for use in the United States.
60 years ago the Soviet dictator died and the whole of the USSR was plunged into mourning.
Forty years ago, American Indian activists staged a protest against the US authorities.
It is 70 years since 173 people were crushed to death at an air-raid shelter in London
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor tells the story of electing Pope Benedict in April 2005
How Islamic extremists tried to blow up the Twin Towers eight years before 9/11.
In 1994 Edvard Munch's famous painting The Scream was stolen from a Norwegian art museum.
Betty Friedan's book kickstarted the modern women's movement.