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Brazil's suspended president says she is the victim of a political coup d'etat.
Oscar-winning composer Richard M. Sherman reflects on a lifetime of music (R)
People are living longer, but not saving enough for their old age.
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Why do we cry? The solution is clearly a hot cup of tea, but how do you make it properly? (R)
Gene Wilder; Migrant rescues; Lucy's death
Brazil impeachment trial; Migrant rescues; Gene Wilder
The incredible stories from refugees in Calais, France
Migrant rescue; Lucy cause of death; Gene Wilder has died
Willy Wonka star dies; South Africa hair protests; Dilma Rousseff trial
Bishkek bombing; Apple taxes; Gene Wilder
Why the greed of capitalism could spell trouble for society and the environment.
In 1920, the Central Asian Muslim kingdom of Bukhara was taken over by Communists.
Fire: past, present and future. (R)
In 1991, an African-American driver raced the Indianapolis 500 for the first time.
Apple faces record bill for Irish tax in EU ruling
European Commission says Apple should have paid 12 times more than it did
The Colombian man who became friends with the Farc commander who almost killed him.
France/GB migrant talks, bomb attack in Kyrgystan, prison radio
The incredible stories from refugees in Calais, France (R)
EU demands Apple pays nearly $15bn; TTIP talks in trouble; Are we now in a new era?
People are living longer, but not saving enough for their old age. (R)
Why the greed of capitalism could spell trouble for society and the environment. (R)
The story behind the countries that have not executed anyone for 10 years
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with interviews and reports from across the world.
Will India's ban on commercial surrogacy stop exploitation or create more unhappiness?
EU rules that Ireland should recover up to 14.5bn dollars from Apple in back taxes
Tech giant Apple has to pay $14.5 billion in back taxes to Ireland
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The Colombian man who became friends with the Farc commander who almost killed him. (R)
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