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An interview with the only geologist to explore the moon's surface, Harrison Schmitt
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The legacy of the chemical attack in Halabja - and a celebration of Norwegian food.
With economies so thirsty for energy - but at what cost?
"I sensed death in the air" - surviving a serial killer's attack
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The Oscar-winning Hungarian film director Istvan Szabo talks about his life and career.
In December 1984 thousands of people in the Indian city were killed by a chemical leak.
How technology can help keep older people independent for longer and reduce care costs.
John Simpson returns to Halabja, the site of a chemical weapons attack in 1988.
In 1932 a row between England and Australia over cricket became a diplomatic incident.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
Anonymous threaten former ‘revenge porn’ website owner & footballers kill Dutch linesman.
The battle for political power in Cairo and the struggle to keep culture alive in Bamako.
Turkey asks for NATO missiles; crucifixions in Yemen; driverless cars.
Egyptian Azza Suleiman met her fiance while protesting, only months later he was killed
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
As Europe considers ever-closer banking ties, we ask what the future holds for London.
Has anything changed in Nato's attitude to Syria? / Your reaction to Dutch football death
Citizen journalists take to the Twittersphere in Sierra Leone
Is the latest adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s epic fantasy work worth all the hype?
Kofi Annan on Kenya election; celebrity vs.career diplomats; should EU ban paying for sex?
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Wednesday 5 December 2012