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Pascale Harter presents stories from Turkey and Mozambique.
The story of how a Russian monastery and its monks are upsetting a local community.
The Japanese police artist who draws pictures of unidentified tsunami victims.
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We find out how the Islamist crackdown on music in Mali is having a dramatic effect
In the autumn of 1980 one of the longest wars of the 20th Century began.
Scientists are sentenced to six years for advice given before the L'Aquila earthquake.
Is Africa's economic transformation exaggerated?
Stories from the Philippines and Cuba, presented by Pascale Harter.
Stephen Sackur talks to former media baron Lord Black of Crossharbour.
Fifty years ago, the US and Soviet Union were poised to go to war over missiles in Cuba.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
As Eid begins, at least 37 people die in blast in Faryab province
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Kalusha Bwalya hits out at Africa’s current players, accusing them of being prima donnas.
Wen Jiabao family billions; Syria ceasefire violations; and is there really a heaven?
We speak to world-renowned soprano Renée Fleming about her upcoming role in Verdi’s Otello
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
We're live from Oceanside Military Base as we continue to ask: 'is America working?'
Why do we care so much about the hair on our heads? Join Mike Williams to find out why.
Audrey Brown and Justin Rowlatt present a debate from Addis Ababa.
Berlusconi sentenced for tax fraud; Snake found on plane; Can Romney win the women's vote?
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Reporting Lebanon: a day shift in Beirut and a lifetime of conflict in your country
Saturday 27 October 2012