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Damian Grammaticas: can China's One Child policy last? Martin Buckley sees Belgrade remade
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
It is 55 years since a groundbreaking musical, West Side Story, opened on Broadway.
Protests in Greece; Jeffrey Sachs on how to end Africa's poverty; Malema in court and more
Paul Mason on regions' cash woe in Valencia; Tom Burridge on a political funeral in Madrid
Where is the EU project going and are the people of Europe behind it?
The story of a young girl who survived Ireland's notorious Catholic workhouses for women.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
We go back to where the euro zone crisis began - Greece where a 24 hour strike is planned.
Anglicans debate next Archbishop; blasts in Damascus; travels of a message in a bottle
Do New York's anti-Muslim posters defend free speech and can Europe accept austerity?
Ahmadinejad at the UN; green politics in the US elections; a wakeboarder's fish fingers
Thursday 27 September 2012