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Search giant counters European Commission claims that it is abusing its dominance online.
The former Rwandan soldier who risked his life to smuggle Tutsis to safety. (R)
Earlier this year Suha Arafat, the widow of Yasser Arafat, spoke to Zeinab Badawi.
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Is there a conspiracy of silence when it comes to doping in football?
Libya Boats, Katrina Anniversary, Sci-fi writer
Obama in Louisiana, South Sudan, Goths.
Study finds evidence that supports creating restrictions on trawling depths in EU waters. (R)
South Korea Military Drills, Katrina Anniversary, Hugo Awards.
Hurricane Katrina, Libya shipwrecks reported, Goths.
Internships in China; designer Masha Ma; Sudan's currency problem.
In August 2005 a massive hurricane hit the city of New Orleans in the USA.
Is another financial crisis inevitable? (R)
Three people are arrested after migrants are found in abandoned truck
Austria migrant truck toll rises, 200 drown in Mediterranean,10 years after Katrina.
On the frontline of Beirut's protests over rubbish.
Earlier this year Suha Arafat, the widow of Yasser Arafat, spoke to Zeinab Badawi. (R)
Austria urges action on smugglers; Special refugee reports; N Korea 'crystal meth'
How can Europe solve its migrant crisis? Plus, growing up with same-sex parents.
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
Dafne Schippers adds World Championship 200m gold to her silver in the 100m.
How will China's economic worries affect its tech giants? Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones. (R)
Is there a conspiracy of silence when it comes to doping in football? (R)
Four held over Austria truck deaths, Katrina anniversary, Brazil in recession
Brazil in now officially in recession. The economy shrank by 1.9% between April and June.
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Why do people give their lives for a nation? For a cause?
The Chinese stock market may have crashed but was it really ‘Black Monday’?
On the frontline of Beirut's protests over rubbish. (R)
Are people-smugglers to blame, one migrant's journey; radio saving lives during Katrina.
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Why do people give their lives for a nation? For a cause? (R)
The Chinese stock market may have crashed but was it really ‘Black Monday’? (R)
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
We hear from chart topping singer Jess Glynne about her rapid rise to fame. (R)
UN migration boss tells Europe: welcome migrants, don't fear them
The role of Imams in connecting to young British Muslims (R)
Britain's mould-breaking ambassador to Lebanon, Tom Fletcher. (R)
Subhi Nahas never felt safe as a gay man in Syria — and then IS took over his hometown.
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