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Canada- EU fail to reach agreement at the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement
Election insights from Miami, where more than half the population are Hispanic. (R)
Stories from America's industrial rustbelt, the India/Pakistan border, Mexico and the CAR
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Jim Maxwell returns after suffering a stroke, plus ghetto girl Stafanie Taylor.
Has the "rainbow nation" lost its way? (R)
What's been happening around the world and why it matters
Why is it so hard to end the violence in Syria?
US Internet disrupted; Mosul battle; chemical bike lock
Francis Kéré rebuilds a 'parliament for the people'; EU-Canada deal in crisis
Portuguese rail company launches anti-fainting campaign; South Africa to quit ICC
Are parents wrong to impose their own restrictive diets on their children?
Spying on America's embassy in the USSR, the Mau Mau rebellion and the Aberfan disaster.
How marathon running is raising self-esteem of homeless people with remarkable results.
Philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah says we overestimate scripture in our view of faith (R)
What's been happening around the world and why it matters (R)
Art inspired by this year's US election and a return home for a lost choral work.
Iraqi troops advancing on Mosul face resistance; Putin's spin doctor; Failed Mars lander
Featuring music from London band Pumarosa and teen folk singer Billie Marten.
Premier League goals and sporting debate with Lee James and the Sportsworld Team.
Arsenal v Middlesbrough from the Emirates Stadium
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Why is it so hard to end the violence in Syria? (R)
Why won’t Hungary play by Europe’s rules? (R)
Click discusses gene sequencing at the Francis Crick Institute in London (R)
Art inspired by this year's US election and a return home for a lost choral work. (R)
A taxi driver’s rant - bemoaning the state of the nation - has gone viral in Egypt
Rajan asks why the network made changes to its live broadcast of the final US debate.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
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Are parents wrong to impose their own restrictive diets on their children? (R)
Research at The Francis Crick Institute
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Rescuing forgotten images and an incredible journey inspired by a treasured photo
Spying on America's embassy in the USSR, the Mau Mau rebellion and the Aberfan disaster. (R)
We take a close look at Trump and Clinton's economic policy, with two of their advisers.
Jennifer Chevalier takes to the streets of Hamtramck, Americas Muslim City
What have we learned from three US Presidential debates?
We are moving towards a world where antibiotics no longer work. (R)
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