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Will the world ever allow the Kurds to have a state of their own?
Newshour ExtraHow Close Are We to an Independent Kurdistan?
In July 1973 military officers staged a coup which toppled the monarchy in Afghanistan
WitnessAfghanistan's First Coup
South Korea's Chung Mong Joon discusses Michel Platini's ambitions to be Fifa president
World FootballPlatini's Challengers
The first published findings from comet 67P show expected but promising results
Science in ActionFirst Results from the Philae Lander
The journeys of two African migrants, from their dramatic rescue to settling in Europe
Assignment A Mediterranean Rescue
Why are atheist bloggers being murdered for their views in Bangladesh?
BBC TrendingBangladesh's Murdered Bloggers
Debris "probably" from lost Malaysian plane, US child-trafficking, a distant aurora
NewshourSuspected MH370 Wreckage Found
Identifying two dead bodies washed up in identical wetsuits in Norway and the Netherlands
OutlookMystery of the Wetsuit Migrants
In August 1960 the controversial Oscar-nominated psychological thriller was released
WitnessAlfred Hitchcock's Psycho
Claudia Hammond on digital devices and whether they are bad for young people’s health.
Health CheckAre Game Play and Screen Time Bad for You?
Chinese military figure expelled / Salvador soldiers guard bus drivers
AM: The Taleban appoint a successor
What is it like to grow up a lesbian in Saudi Arabia?
Growing Up a Lesbian in Saudi Arabia
The story of Gottschee, a European city that no longer exists
Celebrating a City That No Longer Exists
Despite deaths and drugs, asylum in the US remains an elusive dream for most Mexicans
Asylum Denied for Mexicans in America
Fifi Haroon picks her favourite online stories from the week
The dogs that turned out to be bears and other unusual stories from the web
All change for Indians and Bangladeshis living in enclaves in each other's countries.
Stateless no more
Alessandro Ford went on a gap year with a difference; he went to Kim Il Sung university
My university semester in North Korea
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