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Captain Lawrence Rowe on the West Indies rebel tour of South Africa in 1982-83.
US employers added a shade over 150,000 jobs in January.
The BBC's Muhammad Hussein describes the violence and hardship his family is enduring (R)
Stories from around the world: Brazil, Geneva talks, Finland, and the Moroccan desert.
Loaning, giving and taking culture in Iraq, India and Lebanon
Can we defeat mosquito-borne diseases and other global health threats? (R)
The primary season has only just started - and it's already been full of shocks.
Is the city of St. Cloud ‘the worst place in Minnesota to be Somali’?
There have been fatalities in Taiwan after an earthquake struck the south of the island.
We hear about a NASA project to grow plants and flowers on a space station.
We take a look at television advertising during the upcoming Super Bowl in the USA.
Unpicking the issues of a global disease that is spiralling out of control
The birth of the Prozac generation, saving ancient Afghan artworks, plus a Disney classic
The historical and cultural significance of America's greatest game.
The primary season has only just started - and it's already been full of shocks. (R)
Loaning, giving and taking culture in Iraq, India and Lebanon (R)
12 dead in 6.4 magnitude quake; Aleppo under attack; remembering astronaut Edgar Mitchell
1/2 - Global Beats discovers some of the best new American roots music.
Premier League goals and sporting debate with Lee James and the Sportsworld Team.
Tottenham Hotspur v Watford from White Hart Lane
The day's top stories from the Premier League and beyond.
Brazil carnival in full swing; Turkey shuts border to refugees; An ode to LA road closure
Footage of a shooting in Mexico shows armed police fleeing the scene just beforehand.
Striking a balance between empowerment and raising concern with public health information
Is the city of St. Cloud ‘the worst place in Minnesota to be Somali’? (R)
Professor Stephen Hawking delivers his BBC Reith Lectures on black holes.
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4/5 Mexico’s government has introduced the first-ever sugary drinks tax to combat diabetes (R)
Why are university students rebelling against how they are taught economics?
The latest science about Zika; its impact on mothers and how science can help
Can Muslims talk openly about sex? The Imam who counsels Muslims with troubled sex lives. (R)
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The birth of the Prozac generation, saving ancient Afghan artworks, plus a Disney classic (R)
The rising number of cancer cases worldwide poses a challenge for doctors and governments (R)
Unpicking the issues of a global disease that is spiralling out of control (R)
We travel to Amsterdam to talk to multiple award winning Dutch writer Cees Nooteboom about his novel The Following Story.
Why are university students rebelling against how they are taught economics? (R)
Is Estonia’s revolutionary digital policy a contender for a perfect country? (R)