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We find out what an urban arts festival in Zimbabwe reveals about it's cultural life.
In 1998 a Roman Catholic Bishop killed himself in protest at Pakistan's blasphemy laws.
A malaria mosquito with new, unusual behaviour has been found in Kenya
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Andrew Harding is near the Marikana mine; Judith Kampfner's at a New York polling station
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An interview with the Chairman of FIFA's independent Governance Committee Mark Pieth.
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American gospel singer BeBe Winans talks about his new album of patriotic songs
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After ten days of protests by Muslims around the world, where are we now?
Why do we do the things we do? This week, Mike Williams asks why we wear neckties.
Pakistan violence; Turkey military verdict; Is China abandoning its one child policy?
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How do reporters in the field handle - or even escape - their government minders?
Saturday 22 September 2012