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A photographer from Lebanon plans to visit every town called Lebanon in the US.
Millions of Italians to vote on whether their constitution should be reformed
The rise and fall of the late president's daughter. (R)
How a new training system could reduce deadly police shootings in the US
As Test cricket seeks bigger crowds two rival manufacturers try to make the ideal ball.
The past, present and future of the Guantanamo Bay detention centre. (R)
The Syrian army seized vital ground in Aleppo. Is it a victory for Russia too?
A photographer from Lebanon plans to visit every town called Lebanon in the US. (R)
Dos Santos set to end 37-year rule; Austrian elections; Vancouver's property boom
Are French socialists electable?; Italy referendum; F1 champion retires
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Austria goes to the polls on Sunday; Ghana's mobile museums
The sacrifices made by some women to put a meal on the family table.
How a new training system could reduce deadly police shootings in the US (R)
Why are Italy's banks in crisis, and what is the impact on business?
Gil Stork survivor of the 1960 plane crash that claimed the lives of 16 of his team mates
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The Syrian army seized vital ground in Aleppo. Is it a victory for Russia too? (R)
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Premier League goals and sporting debate with Lee James and the Sportsworld Team.
Tottenham v Swansea from White Hart Lane.
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How arts and culture fared under his rule, and how artists have reacted to his death. (R)
How social media helped Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte win an election.
How Uncle Sam played an essential role in the creation and development of the iPhone.
This special programme from the BBC Trending team investigates how the Philippines drug war is being fought on and offline.
Hillary Clinton lost despite some polls putting her chance of victory at 99% (R)
The sacrifices made by some women to put a meal on the family table. (R)
Hoped for breakthrough in treating of Alzheimer’s disease dashed with a dug trial failure
A Pakistani squash star protected by snipers; a man in Uganda saving children with chess
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Stories of grit, wile - and sexism - from Nigeria, Nicaragua, Macedonia and South Korea
A young Buddhist girl chosen to host a Hindu deity. Sahar Zand investigates
Margaret Drabble discusses her novel The Millstone.
The shooting of Bob Marley, the resistance of the Mirabal Sisters, Colombia's Lost City
Why are Italy's banks in crisis, and what is the impact on business? (R)