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Allen Ault used to organise state executions in Georgia, now he opposes the death penalty
What it's like to listen to people's problems for a living in China and South Africa
Obama's greenhouse gas announcement, Goodbye to HitchBOT, Is 'Negro Mountain' racist?
Obama's climate change legacy bid, Burundi's new turmoil, The man who shot down a drone
Why is a home so important and how does it shape us?
How many foreigners have joined militants in Iraq and Syria, and where do they come from?
Farewell HitchBOT, killed by humans, President Obama's environmental plan, Prison coders
Athens Stock Exchange finally resumes trading, Obama's climate plans, Why I shot a drone
Swiss currency victims, conducting lessons for CEOs, and Twitter boss in jargon shock
In August 1978 an Australian doctor successfully fitted a multi-channel cochlear implant.
The Mahotella Queens; Choman Hardi; Japanese comedy; Sara Paretsky; Tiken Jah Fakoly.
Clean Power Plan would reduce emissions by almost a third from 2005 levels
New US climate change plan, IAAF doping allegations, India floods, Brazil police deaths
Sarah Wilson was one of the underaged girls abused by a gang in Rotherham, England
Pancreatic cancer urine test hope, Greek stock market reopens, Frisbee recognised by IOC
Latest athletics doping scandal, defeating Boko Haram and what does Gay Pride mean?
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
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Why were three bloggers murdered in Bangladesh?
Obama's 'Clean Power Plan'; Greek stocks crash; Agatha Christie's whodunnit secrets
Former trader Tom Hayes is sentenced to 14 years in prison for rigging the Libor rate.
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Looking at the origins and endurance of scepticism towards vaccinations in the US
Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko died from polonium poisoning but who wanted him dead?
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