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How is internet shopping changing rural villages in China?
Is it time to rethink what a modern state is for?
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Mohamed Fahmy, the now freed former Al Jazeera English bureau chief in Cairo
A sister and a mother explain why grief is constant when a relative goes missing
MSF calling for independent probe, Chocolate class action, Guatemala disaster
Turkey-EU talks on migration crisis, Assad on Russia airstrikes, Catholic synod on family
Graffiti is both an ancient and modern activity, but why do we do it?
Is it harder to play football against ten men? Tim Harford finds out
Brussels hosting Euro-Turkish talks, England's tax on plastic bags, Violence in Burundi
Erdogan and the EU wooing each other, Malaysia's haze fear, Asteroid mammal survivor
OECD new global tax rules, UK Brexit, dinner parties and gender
The story of an English boy captured by pirates and enslaved in North Africa in 1716
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President Recep Erdogan is in Brussels on talks to deal with the migrant crisis
Turkey's president holds key talks with EU officials in Brussels on the migrant crisis
The Syrian doctor who took drastic measures to get to Europe with her baby daughter
Erdogan at talks on migrant crisis; Elena Ferrante's translator; Explaining "Suffrajitsu"
People back from the Hajj discuss the number of people who died in the crush
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
With Klopp the favourite we analyse the candidates to replace the Rodgers at Liverpool.
The woman applauded for saying other people’s baby plans are ‘none of your business’.
Nobel Prize for Medicine, BP oil settlement
12 Pacific Rim nations have agreed to create one of the world's biggest free trade zones.
US says Afghans 'called in' clinic strike, Snowden says GCHQ can control smartphones
Brian Cox and Robin Ince take to the stage in LA - science meets Hollywood
Edward Snowden on hacking; Twitter's new boss; the case against Maldives' ex president
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