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The community providing hot meals to those hardest hit by last month's Hurricane Sandy.
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It's a slow road to recovery in one suburb of New York after superstorm Sandy.
Doesn’t Greenpeace need a new bold vision to make an impact – and if so – what is it?
Maccabi Tel Aviv defender Omer Vered on playing football during the Israel-Gaza conflict
The Tunisian singer talks about writing music for a revolution.
20 years ago the world's first webcam was set up - and it was pointed at a pot of coffee.
Can Trinidad's attempts to get more people in sport reduce the country’s crime rate?
What changes when taps come to town? Mike Williams travels to Ghana.
Rebels abound on the Fifth Floor
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Magdi Abdelhadi meets Coptic Christians in Egypt as they elect a new Pope.
Julian Worricker discusses today's news with guests Nesrine Malik and Charlie Wolf
The Beatles left Liverpool in 1962 to conquer the world, but it never left them.
Can one person change the whole culture of an organisation?
Peter Day asks if Brooklyn's artisan start-ups can revive the New York borough’s industry.
Thai protests dispersed; Dallas star Larry Hagman dies; French politicians in tablets row
Can massive amounts of processed data help us make better decisions?
Fergie-Time. Do Manchester United really get more added time at the end of matches
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Egypt judges challenge president; the archbishop of Aleppo; and ecstacy for trauma
The former lead singer of The Sex Pistols answers your questions.
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Understanding hallucination may provide new treatments for psychosis and schizophrenia
In 1969 the first President of Uganda, Edward Mutesa, died in exile in London.
Does the reporting of poverty stand up to scrutiny?
Sunday 25 November 2012