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Tales of the open market - from Paul Moss in Buenos Aires and Terry Egan in Marrakech.
Stephen Sackur talks to Rob Davies, South Africa’s Minister for Trade and Industry.
The death of a president that shocked Brazil.
The links between football, corruption and politics in Bulgaria.
On the ground in Assam - a despatch from one of India's most under-reported conflicts
Paul Henley is joined by Chatham House's Claire Spencer and Michelle Faul from AP Africa
A review of the week with the latest news.
Pascale Harter presents insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents around the world
Jacqueline Du Pre makes one of the most famous classical recordings of the 20th Century.
Haqqani commander "killed" in Pakistan; the Imposter; racing pigeons' Bermuda Triangle.
Buzz Aldrin on death of astronaut Neil Armstrong; an imposter's life; vanishing pigeons
The year the England cricket captain said he was going to make the West Indies "grovel".
Are African leaders more likely than their counterparts elsewhere to die in office?
Sunday 26 August 2012