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A paralympian in Iraq and France's espadrille industry. Presented by Pascale Harter.
In remote areas of Afghanistan the Kalashnikov is more powerful than the ballot box.
Abdullah Abdirahman Abdullah received death threats from al-Shabab Islamists for his art.
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Portuguese graffiti artist VHILS creates huge murals by carving into walls.
In November 1979, Iranian revolutionaries stormed the US embassy in Tehran.
Is the world about to run out of oil and natural gas?
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Jeh Johnson, the General Counsel of the US Defense Department.
The story of Christine Jorgensen who had surgery to change her sex from a man to a woman.
The meaning of freedom in Qatar, according to the lawyer of a Qatari poet jailed for life.
How do you feel about the UN vote to upgrade the status of the Palestinians?
Stories on slum dwellers in Bangladesh and romance and violence in Papua New Guinea.
World Football travels to Malaysia to find out more about the future of football in Asia.
Protests hit Burmese mine; UK Rwanda aid; Flintoff's boxing folly?
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What does it take to be a country? We discuss this with a panel of experts.
BBC Africa Debate explores tribalism and ethnicity in politics across the continent.
Harriett Gilbert talks to award winning writer Amos Oz and his daughter Fania
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Why some New Yorkers left homeless by the hurricane still aren't sure the dangers are real
What is fear? Are our fears universal and how do we go about facing our fears?
My Kaduna: Hausa journalists reflect on the growing violence of their Nigerian hometown
Saturday 1 December 2012