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Millions fear deportation under new rules unveiled by the Trump administration.
Several major news organisations are excluded from a press briefing at the White House.
Why a football-loving nation has banned its crowds (R)
Can you increase turnout at elections by handing out a cash prize for one lucky voter?
Adam Voges on India versus Australia, Geelong's international debut and female umpires.
The race is wide open. Can the populist, anti-European Marine Le Pen win? (R)
Famine has been officially declared in South Sudan. Why? War.
Millions fear deportation under new rules unveiled by the Trump administration. (R)
President Trump accuses parts of the media of being “dishonest.”
White House press team excludes a number of journalists from a briefing.
Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe celebrates his 93rd birthday.
Understanding the truth about food shortages and how they are reported.
Can you increase turnout at elections by handing out a cash prize for one lucky voter? (R)
How can employers offer more opportunities for disabled workers?
The hard emotionless analytics of football and why Ranieri should have gone earlier!
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We see a robot at work in the operating theatre and meet the robots Molly and Pepper.
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Famine has been officially declared in South Sudan. Why? War. (R)
The actress and director discusses her new film First They Killed My Father
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Premier League goals and debate with guests Brede Hangeland and Kris O'Leary.
Chelsea v Swansea from Stamford Bridge.
Lee James brings you reaction to the Premier League and the day's big sports stories.
The actress and director discusses her new film First They Killed My Father (R)
Why did a mysterious group of pro-Russia Twitter accounts target a UK election?
King Camp Gillette created the disposable razor. But his influence extends beyond shaving
How we tamed one of the world's deadliest diseases and why it's coming back
The aboriginal fighter who became world bantamweight boxing champion in 1968.
The science and psychology of smartphone design (R)
Understanding the truth about food shortages and how they are reported. (R)
Astronomers have detected a record seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star
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We see a robot at work in the operating theatre and meet the robots Molly and Pepper. (R)
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Nicola Kelly joins Nubian mothers baptising their babies in Egypt’s river Nile
Why do populist Western politicians want warmer relations with Russia?
Nazis in 1930s America; Slobodan Milosevic on trial; attacks on Denmark's Little Mermaid.
How can employers offer more opportunities for disabled workers? (R)