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Toronto International Film Festival, Diana Vreeland and a controversial play from Uganda.
One girl's story of exile and soldiering during World War II.
Can you apply Darwin's theory of natural selection to music and create the perfect tune?
Sperm banks, egg donors and surrogate mothers - the booming global fertility business.
Kevin Connolly on history lessons for meddlers in Syria; Kieran Cooke on summer festivals.
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The Ethiopian soldier who became a hero in the Korean War
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We hear from Kabul after a suicide bomb attack in the capital.
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The Dutch woman who was conned into taking a bomb on board a plane to Bethlehem.
Afghan-Nato operations curbed; Romney's careless talk; meeting Chechnya's Ramzan Kadyrov.
The exhibition focusing on human rights abuses at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
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We speak to Afghans and people around the world about who can be trusted in Afghanistan.
Gareth Mitchell reports on the battle for the consumer at the IFA trade fair in Berlin.
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Wednesday 19 September 2012