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The Syrian army seized vital ground in Aleppo. Is it a victory for Russia too? (R)
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Margaret Drabble discusses her novel The Millstone.
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The shooting of Bob Marley, the resistance of the Mirabal Sisters, Colombia's Lost City
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How arts and culture fared under his rule, and how artists have reacted to his death. (R)
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How social media helped Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte win an election. (R)
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How Uncle Sam played an essential role in the creation and development of the iPhone. (R)
This special programme from the BBC Trending team investigates how the Philippines drug war is being fought on and offline. (R)
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Margaret Drabble discusses her novel The Millstone. (R)
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Stand-up comedians Aditi Mittal and Zahra Noorbakhsh seek out the funny in feminism
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The survey by the Indian PM that breaks all the polling rules. (R)
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Stand-up comedians Aditi Mittal and Zahra Noorbakhsh seek out the funny in feminism (R)