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BBC News reports from around the world.
Reports from Egypt and Argentina, presented by Owen Bennett Jones.
Stephen Sackur talks to one of Bahrain's most outspoken human rights activists.
Live news and current affairs, business and sport from around the world.
How thousands of children stranded during war in Sudan were finally resettled in the USA.
Assignment investigates prescription drug abuse among Canada's aboriginal people.
Stories from Libya, Egypt, Guinea-Bissau and others, presented by Owen Bennett Jones.
How ageing potato farmer Cliff Young, became an Australian running legend.
China tries to stop coup rumours; Mali's Tuareg rebels advance; how to spend mega millions
Are politicians taking nicknames too personally - shouldn't they just laugh them off?
Syrian activist arrested; Mali rebels take key northern town; Titanic disaster tourism.
Tim Harford looks at referee bias, and he gazes into the future with Hans Rosling's data.
In 1998 the then Pope, John Paul II, made a visit to the communist island.
Sunday 1 April 2012