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Musa Bility on the Fifa election. Plus interviews with Kolo Toure and Robert Pires
Foreign ministers meeting in Munich have agreed on a nationwide Syria ceasefire
Laxmi Saa was left badly disfigured when acid was thrown over her on a busy Delhi street (R)
Søren Espersen on immigration and Danish values
Hearing the universe for the first time – scientists detect gravitational wave signal (R)
Cessation of hostilities to begin in a week; Italian student killed in Egypt; South Sudan
Islamic State group will be excluded; Riples from black holes; Facebook in French court
Musa Bility on the Fifa election. Plus interviews with Kolo Toure and Robert Pires (R)
Target for World powers is 1 week; South Sudan peace process; Neanderthal ancestry
Ambitious deal reached at Munich talks; Athletes concerned about Zika; Kenya doping
Swift delivery of aid also planned; Brexit; Egypt prison
How Chinese avoid controls and why it matters; plus a killing outside Ghana's goldmine.
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Ocean floor gold hunting; The artists of East London; Indonesia bans gay emojis
The United States & Russia will agree on cessation of hostilities within a week in Syria
Abdinoor Aden of BBC Nairobi on the upsurge of gambling in Kenya
Søren Espersen on immigration and Danish values (R)
Agreement, with caveats, at Syria talks; Inside Ethiopia; "Relocating" Burundian refugees
The row over US firms' attitude to India after Facebook's free net access is blocked.
Kenya missed a WADA deadline to prove that it is tackling cheating in athletics.
World powers have agreed a "cessation of hostilities" in one week's time
Abdinoor Aden of BBC Nairobi on the upsurge of gambling in Kenya (R)
Syria's President says he'll fight till whole country's back under his control
Clashes have broken out in the Greek capital Athens over pension reforms.
Pope and Russian Patriarch edge towards warmer relations, Assad vows to retake Syria
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Will there be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050?
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