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Brian Cox and Robin Ince take to the stage in LA - science meets Hollywood
Russia incursions; Chile's Bachelet's plunging popularity;Cactus facing extinction
Facebook plan for Africa; Ghana justice in turmoil;Asylum seekers streaming into Germany?
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In 1985 government scientists discovered anti-freeze in bottles of Austrian wine.
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