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Pictures of the dead body of 3-year-old Alan Kurdi shocked the publlic - and politicians. (R)
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Michael Soi paints Nairobi at night how he sees it
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Does the BBC World Service need to expand the depth and range of its coverage on Asia? (R)
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A border wall to keep migrants out - “a 14th Century solution to a 21st Century problem” (R)
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Ukrainian author Andrey Kurkov discusses his novel Death and the Penguin
After the Fukushima disaster in Japan, the country is turning its reactors back on. (R)
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Chile's miracle miners re-live their rescue; how to survive a polar bear attack. (R)
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Stories from migrant camps in Lesbos, the Judean desert, the American Midwest and Jamaica (R)
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Ukrainian author Andrey Kurkov discusses his novel Death and the Penguin (R)
How Faramarz Assef switched from international athletics to music stardom. (R)