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The organism that recycles our forests, treats malnutrition, is being turned into foam.
He was responsible for a series of gruesome murders in the Hollywood hills.
Do we deserve another bite of the cherry?
Rajan Datar explores the media coverage of the French and Greek elections.
Andrea Levy discusses her prize-winning book Small Island.
Pascale Harter with the pick of this week's wit and insight from journalists and writers.
Peter Day reports on private finance in China.
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Nick Harkaway offers a survival guide to a digital life
The Nigerian military stormed the musician's compound in Lagos, Kalakuta Republic
Julian Worricker discusses today's news with guests Colleen Graffy and Jason Burke
Drop in childhood deaths – in African Millennium Villages
A close friend describes Lance Armstrong's comeback from cancer to win the Tour De France.
2/2 Farayi Mungazi looks at the close links between sport and national identity in South Su...
Maoist hotline? Why the Hindi service is being used as messenger by the Indian insurgents
Could health depend on what happens in the womb? Mark Porter reports on this new idea.
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Is Greek rail so inefficient it would be cheaper to send every passenger by taxi?
Taliban negotiator assassinated; Greek political crisis; football fever grips Manchester.
How student protests and workers' strikes threatened to bring down France's government.
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How can former child soldiers abducted by the LRA can be helped to overcome their trauma?
Top LRA commander captured; Syria conflict spills into Lebanon; Manchester's blue Sunday
How a British psychiatrist examined the deputy Nazi leader after his flight to Scotland.
Research shows that species not seen for years could benefit from natural disasters.
Monday 14 May 2012