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Why do we behave differently when we are in a large crowd?
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Curfews, battles in Tahrir and angry speeches from the president. What year is it again?
Could test tube or laboratory-reared chicken ever
replace meat from birds?
New research shows early treatment of patients reduces the risk of transmitting HIV virus
Survivors relive the tragedy of the arms dump explosion in Lagos, Nigeria, 2002
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Sunita Thakur explores the rich tradition of female goddesses in Hinduism.
Controversial movie Zero Dark Thirty tells the story of the hunt for Osama bin Laden
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Can a more equal distribution of wealth stem the tide of unrest in South Africa's mines?
Veteran equality campaigner Lord Ouseley on tackling racism in football
Operatic soprano Barbara Hannigan is always pushing at the boundaries
In February 1992 a group of Venezuelan army officers staged a coup, among them Hugo Chavez
News and issues making the headlines each day.
We hear reaction to death of US Sniper Chris Kyle shot dead at Texas shooting range.
Meet the extravagant subculture scandalising South Africa and tour Harlem's Apollo Theater
Bahraini investment banker turned human rights campaigner Jihan Kazerooni on her new life
New rebel tactics in Mali;football match-fixing'unprecedented’; car-park bones:Richard III
As USA's most lethal sniper is shot dead, we bring you the interview he gave us in 2012.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
UK Chancellor warns British banks to overhaul their operations or he will force them to
What is your reaction to Europol's investigation into extensive match-fixing worldwide?
Frolicking fossils and suggestive theories - the evolutionary history of sex
We're in Burma for the country's first-ever literary festival.
Regional concerns for Afghan peace; the mechanics of match fixing; Rosa Parks at 100.
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Ben James presents a nightly chat show giving fans the chance to talk about events at t...
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