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A resurgence on Wall Street but Asian share markets are still down. What next for China?
The young entrepreneur from Cameroon using technology to save babies' lives (R)
Peter Day tries to discover how the material - graphene - can be used in the future.
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Meet the community struggling to survive on one of the world’s fastest eroding coastlines (R)
Virginia murder latest, South Sudan peace, sounds of nature.
Western Balkans Summit, US news crew attack, Cancer detecting laser.
A new study finds age-specific dementia prevalence is falling in parts of Western Europe. (R)
South Sudan, Sweden refugees, Hurricane Katrina
US Journalists murdered, China blast, Anger room.
Can India replace China as the world's leading emerging market economy?
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More Or Less examines the geometry of a very different game of pool. (R)
European leaders are meeting to discuss migrant crisis in the Balkans.
European leaders discuss migrant crisis, Tianjin blast arrests, Chibok girls 500 days.
The former Rwandan soldier who risked his life to smuggle Tutsis to safety
Peter Day tries to discover how the material - graphene - can be used in the future. (R)
Germany: open door for Syrians? Enriched uranium bank in Kazakhstan; Last Discworld novel
We discuss what the reaction to the shooting of a TV news crew says about society now
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
Usain Bolt races to gold in the men's 200 metres in Beijing.
Can India replace China as the world's leading emerging market economy? (R)
Edward Lewis explores the history of a town settled by people expelled from Andalucia (R)
Car bomb kills two Iraqi generals, Bolt beats Gaitlin to win 200m gold
Immigration into Britain reaches a record high. Does it benefit or hinder economies?
Surge in Mers deaths in Saudi Arabia, Usain Bolt beats Gaitlin to win 200m gold
Study finds evidence that supports creating restrictions on trawling depths in EU waters
The former Rwandan soldier who risked his life to smuggle Tutsis to safety (R)
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