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Volkswagen says sorry again, this time in front of British lawmakers
Ihor, the pianist who played for his captors in the Ukraine conflict (R)
The White House has described Russia’s action in Syria as motivated by 'weakness'
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Sam York meets Jacques Attali, who predicted the music industry’s crisis back in 1976. (R)
Divisions in Turkey; Forged Passports; Thalidomide Victims
US military deliver weapons to rebels, South African miners, MH17 disaster report
Brian Cox and Robin Ince take to the stage in Chicago, to discuss fossils and evolution (R)
Report into MH17 disaster, South African miners, Thalidomide Victims
MH17 Report Due Today, Ghana football, Science behind hallucinations
Why are there still so few female engineers and technology executives?
A Russian refugee remembers life in Shanghai after fleeing the 1917 revolution
How important is the bicycle and what does it do for us? (R)
The legendary fly-half who led the Pumas to their first international victories (R)
At least three Israelis are killed in wave of attacks
MH17 report finds most passengers would have died instantly
Jennifer Klinec travelled to Iran to learn cookery but ended up meeting her husband
The White House has described Russia’s action in Syria as motivated by 'weakness' (R)
Israel-Palestinian tensions; MH17 official report; North Korea's middle class at play.
After the weekend's violence, Turkish people tell us about life in a divided country.
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
Steve Crossman brings you the latest on the Euro 2016 qualifiers
Why are there still so few female engineers and technology executives? (R)
Putin pivots to the East (R)
Violence in Israel, beer merger
AB InBev and SABMiller are set to merge after an increased takeover offer from AB InBev.
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Why WhatsApp is dominating the stage in the build up to elections in Tanzania
Jennifer Klinec travelled to Iran to learn cookery but ended up meeting her husband (R)
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Why WhatsApp is dominating the stage in the build up to elections in Tanzania (R)
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Stephen Sackur speaks to American author Jonathan Franzen about his life and work.
How Macau overtook Las Vegas to become the gambling capital of the world
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