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The United Kingdom has officially started a two year period to leave the European Union
Scientists have been developing some very ambitious ideas to re-engineer our climate
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Muslim mums discuss their fears of extremist Islam influencing their children (R)
How have European leaders reacted to the UK formally triggering negotiations to leave?
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The life and times of the leading South African activist who died this week. (R)
What will today hold for those living and working in Syria?
Doctors prescribe it for recovery – but for some “resting” might involve boxing or music (R)
We take a closer look at the impact of six years of civil war
Six years into the conflict, we take a snapshot of life for Syrians at home and abroad
What is life like for Syrians at home and across the border?
From the Stasi to cyber hackers, the people after companies' most valuable secrets.
In March 1997 the BBC launched one of the most successful children's TV programmes ever.
Are Baby Boxes really saving infants’ lives? Disturbing rip-off cartoons and why do yoga?
Government unveils plans to repatriate powers from the EU to the UK
The world's Newsroom brings you global events as they happen
The best pick of our award-winning programme which explores everything you eat. (R)
Betty Bigombe negotiated face to face with the notorious leader of the LRA
British government outlines how to bring EU laws into UK legislation, US / Turkey meeting
How Jorge Amado's novel about street children written 80 years ago still resonates today
The US Secretary of State meets the Turkish President amidst deteriorating relations
Scientists have been developing some very ambitious ideas to re-engineer our climate (R)
Britain's EU divorce bill could be just €25bn, says an influential European think tank.
Across the BBC we're mapping today's events in Syria as they happen
The world is our newsroom - find out what is happening around the world.
Betty Bigombe negotiated face to face with the notorious leader of the LRA (R)
The two countries are at odds over US backing for Kurdish fighters in Syria
Arsene Wenger beleives that both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil will stay at Arsenal.
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Direct measurement of the Martian atmosphere shows it was lost in space due to solar wind
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
How Jorge Amado's novel about street children written 80 years ago still resonates today (R)
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Are Baby Boxes really saving infants’ lives? Disturbing rip-off cartoons and why do yoga? (R)
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
Did the CIA’s enhanced interrogation programme amount to torture?
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
World Cup winner Juninho Paulista reflects on Brazil's qualification for Russia 2018.
Direct measurement of the Martian atmosphere shows it was lost in space due to solar wind (R)