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Paul Henley on the trials of being a gay correspondent reporting on anti-homosexual views.
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Indian born British entrepreneur, Karan Bilimoria.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
In 1959 the people of Tibet turned against Chinese occupying forces.
In March 1978 thieves stole the body of Charlie Chaplin from a cemetery in Switzerland.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
Nuala McGovern is in Rome speaking to Catholics about what they would like in the new pope
Allan Little on why Catholics want "a pastoral man" for Pope; Steve Vickers visits Kiruna.
Cardinals meet to choose Pope; is the Rule of Law under attack in Hungary? Sudan oildeal.
WHYS 60: Young female Catholics take part in the World Have Your Say papal conclave
Newshour brings you special coverage of the papal conclave in Rome.
First pope vote proves indecisive; Mad Men artist found; INTERPOL takes on fake drugs.
Wednesday 13 March 2013