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Andrew Harding is near the Marikana mine; Judith Kampfner's at a New York polling station
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Movement for Democratic Change politician Welshman Ncube
How an Oxford academic came up with a story that charmed children for generations.
Why would families in Japan adopt grown men? Find out in this edition of Assignment.
How do reporters in the field handle - or even escape - their government minders?
A review of the week with the latest news.
Paul Henley is joined by Afua Hirsch and Abdul Rehman Malik.
We ask - who fact-checks the fact-checkers?
Benghazi militias; Iran restricts female university access; and Facebook party goes viral
Free Syrian Army moves HQ into Syria; a model with Down's Syndrome; the Bible in Jamaican
Twenty-five years ago, a shipment of mules was sent from the USA to Afghanistan.
Pascale Harter with insight and wit from Syria, Spain, Japan, Mexico, the USA and Hungary.
Sunday 23 September 2012