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IMF head optimistic about China's economic future.
We talk to Rudimental and Editors about their newly released albums (R)
Russia's Syria message to the US: "Anything you can do we can do better".
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Groups of young Sikhs stopping interfaith marriages taking place in temples. (R)
Should the West be doing business with Putin's Russia? (R)
How Eleanor Roosevelt helped shape the role of First Lady (R)
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Is the US training and equipping of foreign armies and rebels money well spent?
North Korea to display its military might on the streets of Pyongyang today
A review of the week with the latest news.
Can the gig economy open up jobs markets while safeguarding workers' rights?
The murder of Egypt’s president, a devastating earthquake in Pakistan and Barbary pirates
The 5 things Liverpool's new manager Jurgen Klopp needs to succeed!
Russia's Syria message to the US: "Anything you can do we can do better". (R)
A sister and a mother explain why grief is constant when a relative goes missing (R)
Film star Hugh Jackman revels in playing the dastardly pirate Blackbeard.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
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Is the US training and equipping of foreign armies and rebels money well spent? (R)
All 28 Olympic sports and their stars feature across 3 hours as we preview Rio 2016
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How the internet mourned a teenager from one of YouTube’s most famous families. (R)
Listeners explore the pros and cons of BBC Africa’s Debate on extreme Islamist violence (R)
Has the 'Decade of the Roma Inclusion' succeeded? Delia Radu investigates.
The BBC’s Peter Taylor meets Edward Snowden, the US national security whistle blower
Researchers extracted DNA from a 4,500-year-old skull discovered in Ethiopia (R)
The rewards and challenges of AI and how it is changing our world (R)
Top-secret documents, released by the CIA, shine a light on intelligence advice. (R)
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The murder of Egypt’s president, a devastating earthquake in Pakistan and Barbary pirates (R)
Can the gig economy open up jobs markets while safeguarding workers' rights? (R)
The legendary fly-half who led the Pumas to their first international victories. (R)