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Why Iraqi Kurdistan wants more visitors; plus, meeting a desert smuggler with 27 children.
Why are there calls to reform the way police use informants in the USA?
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
After their release in 1973, former US prisoners of war began to talk about torture.
What should the outside world be doing as Syria sinks ever deeper into civil war?
On 24 March 1980, Archbishop Oscar Romero was shot dead while saying mass in San Salvador.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
Your reaction as North Korea announces its rocket forces are ready to attack US targets.
A frequent flyer on Indian plane etiquette; a reporter bids goodbye to Quito's old airport
Swedish FM slams Cyprus bankers; prosecuting 'Devil's Advocate'; saved by a cold-caller
We put your questions to a group of North Korea experts
Scientists from around the world consider the state of science on the continent.
Is US provoking war? US teacher in trouble for saying vagina; recalling Richard Griffiths
Why do we retire?
Saturday 30 March 2013