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As President Trump approaches 100 days, new figures show the economy has slowed down
Meeting DR Congo's newest rebels (R)
How have Greek businesses fared in an economy that has shrunk by nearly a third?
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Brian Lara's solution to falling crowds, Zafar Ansari's bold move and female coaches.
How is US foreign policy shaping up under President Trump's administration? (R)
4/4 Americans share their stories about relationships, marriage, hunger and racism (R)
Detained Americans, fears of a nuclear threat and Trump's call for economic sanctions.
Pyongyang fires another ballistic missile; we discuss "mugwump"; Trump at day 100.
The Florida resort home to Donald Trump; N. Korea test fires missile; Joshua v Klitschko.
Pope Francis continues his two-day visit to Egypt; singer and songwriter, Barry Manilow.
Two stories that expose what life is like in one of the world's most secretive countries
The US placed anti-missile systems in South Korea, in response to threats from the North.
What kinds of subjects have preoccupuied writers in the region for the last decade?
Ryan Leaf struggled with addiction, after leaving the NFL.
A meeting of EU leaders takes place to decide how to approach the UK's exit.
How have Greek businesses fared in an economy that has shrunk by nearly a third? (R)
North Korea has test-fired another ballistic missile, says South Korea and the US
Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero takes us to the heart of her music
Premier League goals and sporting debate with Lee James and the Sportsworld team.
Southampton v Hull City from St Mary's
The day's top stories from the Premier League and beyond
EU leaders want British guarantees on what will happen to EU citizens after Brexit
The backlash against fashion brands that use hijab to sell their products. (R)
The presenter and producer of Dying To Talk answer listeners questions on the documentary
Reconstructing the events surrounding the attack on aid workers on 11 July 2016
The universal unit of length that joined up the globe
Cuneiform, the earliest known script, was used to create the world’s first accounts
27 European leaders agree negotiating stance on Britain's exit from the European Union
Untold stories from North Korea, the United Arab Emirates, Sao Tome and Uzbekistan
Detained Americans, fears of a nuclear threat and Trump's call for economic sanctions. (R)
Thousands march in US cities protesting about President Trump's stance on climate change
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A special edition with Yuval Noah Harari, author of Sapiens and Homo Deus. (R)
CrowdScience explores the biometric systems capturing our identities (R)
The US placed anti-missile systems in South Korea, in response to threats from the North. (R)
The wild bluefin tuna is being eaten to extinction. Can Japan afford to keep serving it? (R)
A species of hominin is a revealed to be a contemporary of our own recent ancestors.
Untold stories from North Korea, the United Arab Emirates, Sao Tome and Uzbekistan (R)
What kinds of subjects have preoccupuied writers in the region for the last decade? (R)
The practice of chhaupadi, in which menstruating women are isolated from community life.
Men in the Faroe Islands are having to look far beyond their shores for marriage (R)
Nina Robinson explores the resurgence of Kirtan, an ancient form of Sikh worship (R)
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