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Mexican wrestler Cassandro performs in drag and is challenging ideas of masculinity
Are the latest figures on the Indian economy simply too good to be true?
The incredible story of Gaby Gillespie who overcame murder, suicide and domestic abuse (R)
Iceland put its prime minister on trial, cleaned up its banks and jailed senior bankers
El Nino in the Pacific is in full swing, threatening with flood, fire and famine (R)
Syrian detainees, Cockroach robots, Zuma decision
Aleppo fighting, Deadly meteorite, the importance of the sigh as a reflex
Mexican wrestler Cassandro performs in drag and is challenging ideas of masculinity (R)
Aleppo violence under Russian airstrikes, New Hampshire Primary in the US, Zuma's home
Aleppo battle, Indian soldier, South African miners
Battle for Aleppo, President Zuma's day in court, Rescued Indian soldier
How the Syrian refugee crisis is affecting neighbouring economies of Lebanon, Jordan
The story of the first protests against the Assad regime in 2011
Will new technology mean the end of the human translator? (R)
In 1978, US female sports journalists won a major victory in their fight for equality
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is hoping to do better than last week
At least eight people are killed and more than a 100 injured in a head-on collision
Kevin Hines survived the jump and now helps others turn their backs on suicidal thoughts
Iceland put its prime minister on trial, cleaned up its banks and jailed senior bankers (R)
Several dead, many injured in Bavaria; New Hampshire primaries; Surviving an avalanche
How the Syrian refugee crisis is affecting neighbouring economies of Lebanon, Jordan (R)
What does water mean to us?
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What's life like in the Syrian city of Aleppo, under constant attack from airstrikes?
Kevin Hines survived the jump and now helps others turn their backs on suicidal thoughts (R)
Life under siege in Aleppo, corrupt tennis umpires, man throws croc into restaurant
Deutsche Bank shares have slid for a second day.
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In 1978, US female sports journalists won a major victory in their fight for equality (R)
The enduring force of the Tropicalia movement which electrified Brazilian music
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Does Europol have the powers it needs to defeat cross border terror and organised crime?
The drones in search of good deeds (R)
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The enduring force of the Tropicalia movement which electrified Brazilian music (R)