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Yes or No - Greeks are preparing to vote in Sunday's referendum.
The young Tunisians who are drawn to extremism
Has the game run its course for the Greek government as lenders pull the plug?
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2/2 William Edmundson looks at how the people of the DRC have turned to the Catholic Church...
Young Greeks on what the future holds for them as the financial crisis deepens
Will demography rather than war, mean the death of Ukraine?
US Navy medics train for war in a Los Angeles emergency room
A review of the week with the latest news.
Have the MDGs eradicated global poverty and improved things for the world's poorest?
Deaf and blind Helen Keller, Red Cross visits Nazi concentration camp, Berlin Love Parade
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Ahead of the Women's World Cup final, we explore some remarkable Canadian sport stories
The voices of Lisa Fischer and Kanika Kapoor help the stars of stage and screen to shine
'Do we call out the things that we know are unacceptable?' - poet Claudia Rankine
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Stories of escape - actual and artistic - from Nigeria, Hungary, Lebanon and the USA
What is the future of graphene and other ‘2D’ materials?
A childhood illness left Helen Keller deaf and blind - but she still learned to speak
Deradicalising young Moslems in Denmark – is the Aarhus Model working?
The world gets a leap second but how will it affect our IT networks?
GM wheat trial has been ineffective at repelling aphids in the outdoor trial
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Meet the members of a book club who sparked a global conversation about everyday sexism.
Disruptions to shortwave radio in Asia and your views on use of the term ‘Islamic State’
Will he win over supporters of the ANC and take race out of South African politics?
The world of a headhunter, looking for high-profile candidates for prestigious positions
The economy of Nickel, the metal and element that made the jet age possible
Mark Haddon on his best-selling novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
An examination of whether it is better to cut or spend your way out of an economic crisis
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'Drug queen' to pig farmer, Love stories in Mexico, Goatherd's fight for education.
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