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A look at the role of women in India's economy.
Matt Dyer was hiking in a remote part of Canada when he was attacked by a polar bear. (R)
What does the contest to lead Britain’s Labour Party mean for the future of socialism?
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Arabic hip hop artists explore the effect of politically charged words on the Arab Spring
Lebanon Protests, Migrants in Hungary, Indian Strikes
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Experts discuss the future of drones and how they might be used for good causes (R)
Newsday broadcasts live from Ibadan - what has President Buhari achieved in 100 days?
Why do women make up such a comparatively small proportion of India's formal work force?
Russia's first radio DJ, Seva Novgorodsev, went on air at the height of the Cold War
An exploration of the meaning of sacrifice to mark the centenary of World War One (R)
Will the current migrant crisis mean Europe will close its frontiers?
Eighteen construction workers have been kidnapped in Baghdad
The Afghan man who has devoted his life to recovering bodies from the Kunar River
What does the contest to lead Britain’s Labour Party mean for the future of socialism? (R)
Should UK take its fair share? Ntaganda ICC trial starts; embassy's plan to evict Assange
Why some Europeans are opening their doors to families of migrants and refugees.
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
Where next for Manchester United's David De Gea and West Brom's Saido Berahino?
Why do women make up such a comparatively small proportion of India's formal work force? (R)
It is something that will come to all of us, so why is it so hard to talk about death? (R)
Arabic hip hop artists explore the effect of politically charged words on the Arab Spring (R)
Obama has enough support for Iran deal, Burundi refugees, Commonwealth Games in Durban
We ask how countries can balance humanitarian needs with economic realities.
Migrants still stranded in Budapest, Yemen mosque bombing, Donald Duck's wartime efforts
Does eating while walking make you add weight?
The Afghan man who has devoted his life to recovering bodies from the Kunar River (R)
Greece promises more facilities; gang warfare in Japan; Britain's ugliest building?
Obama gets Senate support for Iran deal, Congolese warlord trial begins, world tree count
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Does eating while walking make you add weight? (R)
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Peter Day visits Steinway and Sons in New York to hear what makes its pianos special
A young man disappears on a night out in Antwerp.Where did he go and how could he vanish? (R)