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Volkswagen's US boss makes a "sincere apology" for emissions tests scandal.
George Stanley Nsamba grew up in a Ugandan ghetto; now teaches street kids to make films (R)
Falsely accused in an investigation of historical sex abuse, when will the trauma end?
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The Dutch legend Johan Cruyff tells us why he's glad he's not still a coach.
Kunduz aftermath; FIFA suspensions; IMF in Peru
Libyan unity proposals; Afghan security; Child Soldiers
The first ancient African genome sheds light on Eurasians coming back to Africa (R)
Aftermath of Kunduz airstrike; Malawi floods; How important is maths?
Talking to the Taliban; FIFA suspensions; Libya Unity Proposals
Brain-inspired computer chips, self-assembling tables.
In 1965, Britain was shocked by a series of child murders in Manchester
Should the West be doing business with Putin's Russia? (R)
Tunisian national dialogue quartet wins prestigious prize
Prize for driving Tunisia peace. Iran general killed in Aleppo. Irish football triumph.
As Russia aligns more closely with Syria we unpick their historical cultural ties
Falsely accused in an investigation of historical sex abuse, when will the trauma end? (R)
Nobel Prize for Tunisian mediators; more intervention in Syria; children of Ebola
A new study shows two-thirds of Chinese men start smoking before they're twenty.
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Microsoft wows its critics with new Windows 10 devices. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones. (R)
The Dutch legend Johan Cruyff tells us why he's glad he's not still a coach. (R)
Did Saudi employers cut off Indian maid's arm ?, Tunisian groups win Nobel Peace Prize
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Indian woman's arm amputated in Saudi Arabia; Tunisians win Nobel Peace Prize
Why does commuting make us the people we are and how?
Are tall people really more likely to get cancer? Ruth Alexander looks at a new study.
As Russia aligns more closely with Syria we unpick their historical cultural ties (R)
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IMF's Christine Lagarde says China's economy should regain momentum next year.
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Why does commuting make us the people we are and how? (R)
Are tall people really more likely to get cancer? Ruth Alexander looks at a new study. (R)
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
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".
Groups of young Sikhs stopping interfaith marriages taking place in temples. (R)
How Eleanor Roosevelt helped shape the role of First Lady (R)
Is the US training and equipping of foreign armies and rebels money well spent?
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