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Congress overrides Obama’s veto of a bill letting terror victims sue foreign governments
Anja Ringgren Lovén rescues Nigerian children who have been accused of witchcraft (R)
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Claudia Hammond and guests reveal the Rest test results and analyses how the world relaxes (R)
US Congress decision on Obama veto; Journey back to Iraq; Missing penguin
9/11 US Congress decision; Darfur chemical weapon; Iraqi returning home
Vladimir Hernandez reports from Venezuela which is struggling to feed its own people
Darfur chemical weapons; Remake of the Lion King movie; Kidnapped penguin
Darfur chemical weapons; Lion King revisited; DR Congo sanctions
Darfur chemical attacks; US warning over Aleppo bombing; Ageing faster, dying younger.
Unpicking the big new buzzword at the annual futurist technology conference in Utah.
On September 29th 1957 there was a major nuclear accident in the Soviet Union.
Is Donald Trump right to claim some US inner cities are more dangerous than Afghanistan?
The 'human swan' flying across the Arctic; Anti-Americanism at the Ryder Cup?
The Indian army says it has hit militants on the border with Pakistan, in Kashmir.
Geraldine Roman always felt she was female even though she was born a boy
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Vladimir Hernandez reports from Venezuela which is struggling to feed its own people (R)
Indian "surgical strikes"; Italian PM on Brexit; fashion magazines v bloggers
1/4 What does Brexit from Birmingham tell us about being British in 2016? (R)
Unpicking the big new buzzword at the annual futurist technology conference in Utah. (R)
Why some South African game reserves are turning to military tactics to protect wildlife
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with interviews and reports from across the world.
How graphic should our coverage of the war in Syria be?
Thousands of job cuts at Commerzbank signal wider problems in Germany's financial sector.
Geraldine Roman always felt she was female even though she was born a boy (R)
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Sudanese govt. on Amnesty's chemical weapons claims; Babi Yar Massacre; Tokyo Olympics
ESA’s Rosetta mission to study a comet hopes to gather scientific data right up to the end
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Is Donald Trump right to claim some US inner cities are more dangerous than Afghanistan? (R)
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
What does Moscow gain from heightened tensions with the west?
ESA’s Rosetta mission to study a comet hopes to gather scientific data right up to the end (R)
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Former Brazil international Gilberto Silva says modern players get too much, too young.