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Jailed for sending money to Iraq; join the Army, become an American; and Mexico’s drug war
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Mariko Oi wonders about trust in Tokyo; Katy Watson joins a girls' night out in Riyadh
Olympic gold medal-winning Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe on his crippling depression.
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi says there needs to be more African coaches
The BBC's Shaimaa Khalil reports from Doha
In January 1967 the record-breaking driver was killed at the helm of his jetboat Bluebird
Why do innocent people confess in Japan? Mariko Oi investigates
Why have we forgotten Fritz Haber?
How to cover a tragedy with an unnamed victim: reporting on the Delhi gang-rape and murder
A review of the week with the latest news.
Matt Wells meets the small Sikh community devastated by a gun man in Oak Creek, Wisconsin
Johnny Cash became a passionate prison reformer. Why?
Why do we hear our own name above everything else in a crowded noisy room?
Over to You takes its annual look-ahead at radio listening trends.
Innovation – at the heart of an economy or an optional extra?
Peter Day asks whether voice recognition is a technology that has finally come of age?
Tasmanian fires rage, Venezuela says Chavez can continue and Bobby Womack on Alzheimer's
Why do human beings copy one another so much?
Tim Harford tells us about a 'guess the weight of the ox' competition.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Correspondents present personal stories from India, Burma, Saudi Arabia and Netherlands.
Egyptian physician and writer, Nawal El Saadawi is still campaigning for women at 81.
Chavez ally elected by assembly; Depardieu meets Putin; Sounding old? Get a voice lift.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is 200 years old, but the story still resonates. Why?
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Jim Al-Khalili meets chemist and science showman Andrea Sella.
How a young American scientist began the work that would show how our climate is changing.
Sunday 6 January 2013