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A Syrian doctor who taught President al-Assad, describes losing seven family members.
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How the heavy hand of the law in some US schools is criminalising the very young.
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Post Mortem, a film with a very original perspective on Pinochet's 1973 coup in Chile.
In 1959, Fidel Castro visited the USA to try to win support for the Cuban revolution.
There is a report on Life Online, charting the evolution of the internet.
How is the world shaping up for the London Olympics and Paralympics in the build up to ...
The stakes are high in the race to lead the World Bank. Plus, the Titanic industry.
Pascale Harter presents stories from Mozambique and Vietnam.
Stephen Sackur asks what the rise and fall of Ali Dizaei says about British policing.
It is 25 years since the great Italian author and Auschwitz survivor died.
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The former street kid from Lebanon who's now conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Secret sterilisations in Uzbekistan; Sudan border fighting; and the best and worst jobs.
We review Le Havre, the latest film by Finnish director Aki Karusmaki.
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Are we ready for another tsunami? Your questions to tsunami experts & can Iran save Syria?
BRICS spend more on global health. Virtual blood bank in South Sudan. Acute pain relief
Truce in Syria? enforced sterilisation in Uzbekistan; does sport and politics mix?
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Thursday 12 April 2012