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Musa Bility on the FIFA election. Plus interviews with Kolo Toure and Robert Pires.
Foreign ministers meeting in Munich have agreed on a nationwide Syria ceasefire.
Laxmi Saa was left badly disfigured when acid was thrown over her on a busy Delhi street (R)
Hardtalk speaks to Søren Espersen - Deputy Chairman of the Danish People’s Party
Hearing the universe for the first time – scientists detect gravitational wave signal (R)
Cessation of hostilities to begin in a week; Italian student killed in Egypt; South Sudan
Islamic State group will be excluded; Riples from black holes; Facebook in French court
Musa Bility on the FIFA election. Plus interviews with Kolo Toure and Robert Pires. (R)
Target for World powers is 1 week; South Sudan peace process; Neanderthal ancestry
Ambitious deal reached at Munich talks; Athletes concerned about Zika; Kenya doping
Swift delivery of aid also planned; Brexit; Egypt prison
How Chinese avoid controls and why it matters; plus a killing outside Ghana's goldmine.
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Ocean floor gold hunting; The artists of East London; Indonesia bans gay emojis
The United States & Russia will agree on cessation of hostilities within a week in Syria
Abdinoor Aden of BBC Nairobi on the upsurge of gambling in Kenya
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Hardtalk speaks to Søren Espersen - Deputy Chairman of the Danish People’s Party (R)
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Abdinoor Aden of BBC Nairobi on the upsurge of gambling in Kenya (R)
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