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Angus Foster on China's hard class trains; Mattia Cabitza on Peru's cat lovers and haters.
Stephen Evans on the circumcision row causing outrage among Jews and Muslims in Germany.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Reaction to Mo Yan as this year's winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature.
It is 25 years since the most in-depth and expensive survey of Loch Ness.
Conservationists have calculated how much it will cost to save global biodiversity
We go into the mighty Hoover Dam to explore the challenges of the US's changing climate.
Gabriel Gatehouse on Kenya's high-tech future; Chloe Arnold on Algeria's contradictions.
Interview with Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive of Ryanair
It is 35 years since the opening of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
The EU has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Was that the right decision?
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
What does the collapse in Iran's currency mean for ordinary people and the regime?
The Singapore FA General Secretary says lie detector tests have reduced match fixing
EU Peace Prize sparks controversy; chaos in Aleppo hospital; a teenager's bucket list.
Anna McNamee talks to Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Michael Chabon.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
The IMF says Greece should have more time to repay its debts, a call rejected by Germany.
After the EU is named the 2012 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, we get your reaction
The history and design of the bullet and why people use them
EU Nobel Peace Prize; Aleppo medics under fire; making the most of a shortened life
The US budget deficit falls by over $200bn, but remains above $1tn for the fourth year.
Malala on the BBC and the duty of care dilemma: how far can journalists protect a source?
Saturday 13 October 2012