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Andrew North hears of Afghans' anxiety about 2014; John Donnison meets Arafat's lookalike
How credible is the Mitt Romney plan for America?
The journey of a woman who travelled with other mothers to find her long-lost son
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The Saudi film maker who's lobbying the government to legalise film clubs
In 1985 a Frankfurt theatre attempted to stage a play by the controversial German writer.
Ghost estates and zombie banks - is Ireland really recovering from its debt crisis?
A portrait of life in a rebel-held town in northern Syria
The great British war photographer Don McCullin remembers the Vietnam war.
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120 Burmese Rohingya Muslims are missing presumed drowned following boat capsizing.
Sakhr al Makhadhi in a restive camp of Syrian refugees; Rajan Datar in a bizarre cult HQ.
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One of Egypt's most successful businessmen on building bridges between East and West
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Have US elections become too mean? And, has Nigeria got it right on Boko Haram fight?
What are Barack Obama's and Mitt Romney's views on scientific issues?
Tom Wolfe has done New York and Atlanta - now in his latest novel - it's Miami's turn.
NY mayor endorses Obama; Israel admits killing Arafat's deputy; voting at 16 in Argentina
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What impact has Hurricane Sandy had on the US election campaigns?
Friday 2 November 2012