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The Dutch woman who was conned into taking a bomb on board a plane to Bethlehem.
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Kevin Connolly on history lessons for meddlers in Syria; Kieran Cooke on summer festivals.
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The exhibition focusing on human rights abuses at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Ethiopian soldier who became a hero in the Korean War
Gareth Mitchell reports on the battle for the consumer at the IFA trade fair in Berlin.
Will a dispute over a few weather-beaten rocks derail Japan-China free trade?
Mariko Oi on why adult adoption is big in Japan; Nick Thorpe on Hungarian healthcare.
Katya Adler speaks to German economist Hans-Werner Sinn.
Twenty-five years ago, a shipment of mules was sent from the USA to Afghanistan.
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Are Charlie Hebdo cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad needlessly provocative?
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Che Guevara's daughter remembers her father.
Cutbacks in Alzheimer's research; Sri Lanka deportation concerns; was Jesus married?
Five artists seek to change how we feel by creating a mood-altering sonic emersion space
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We ask Muslims around the world what is the right response to cartoons of Muhammad?
Viruses are no respecter of economic barriers, dealing death in rich and poor countries
Cartoonist defends Muhammad drawings; rebels 'run mini state' in Congo; emoticons turn 30.
Thursday 20 September 2012