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The head of the US Federal Reserve is 'cautiously' optimistic about the US economy
A rare look inside a country of Bedouins, Arabs and African tribes (R)
Tales of excess and enjoyment from the Philippines, USA, India and North and South Korea
The latest two minute news summary from BBC World Service.
England fast bowler and practical joker Mark Wood, plus ex-SA wicket-keeper Mark Boucher
Why does protecting culture and heritage matter? (R)
We look at Turkey after its tanks rolled into Syria
In Canada, US war resisters are currently in limbo
Clashes in Zimbabwe; court suspends burkini ban; de-radicalised individuals.
Have scientists found a new "earth"? "Clear" path to ceasefire in Syria; a glass tunnel.
A day of national mourning in Italy; why did Nastya Melnychenko break her silence?
What does 'natural' mean when it comes to food?
We hear from one of the hostages in the first documented case of Stockholm Syndrome.
Ahead of the Rio Paralympics we speak to those affected by the issues the event is facing
We look at Turkey after its tanks rolled into Syria (R)
Protecting Syria's antiquities, street art with a message, Pashtun fashion
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The best international stand-up comedy at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
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In Canada, US war resisters are currently in limbo (R)
5/7 A celebration of Brazilian popular music from the past 100 years
Protecting Syria's antiquities, street art with a message, Pashtun fashion (R)
Meet the people who buy and sell viral videos of news events for thousands of dollars.
Can the world’s radio station broadcast global voices and still be understood?
2/2 The environmental impact of mass tourism on cruise liners as China gets on board (R)
What does 'natural' mean when it comes to food? (R)
Neighbouring star Proxima Centauri has Earth-sized planet
Two women in charge of ships in South Africa and the Philippines discuss life at sea. (R)
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We hear from one of the hostages in the first documented case of Stockholm Syndrome. (R)
Is choosing your life partner the most important career choice you will ever make?
The dispute over Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. (R)
3/3 The treasures that have been destroyed or looted during the wars in Iraq and Syria
Fifty US security officials have said Trump “would be a dangerous president” (R)
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