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How Vietnam War experience shaped the view of Secretary of Defense nominee Chuck Hagel
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Stories on an Afghan governor who’s a crack shot, and journalists descend on Timbuktu.
Reconstructing the faces of women disfigured by acid attacks in Pakistan
Former Nigeria captain Sunday Oliseh says the Cup of Nations final is their’s to lose.
The Monty Python team are reunited with their deceased colleague in this animated film
It is 30 years since the Derby winner was abducted from a stud farm in Ireland.
Unregulated private clinics are accused of performing unnecessary hysterectomies in India
Mike Williams peers into the world of black and asks why it has so many different meanings
Reporting tragedy and celebration - a journalist reflects on a week of extremes in Brazil
A review of the week with the latest news.
William Crawley tells the story of the Catholic priest behind the Big Bang Theory.
Presented by Paul Henley with Lindsey Hilsum in London and Ofeibea Quist-Arcton in Ghana.
From Marconi to Nellie Melba via an army hut in Essex, the story of early radio in Britain
What has happened to the Middle East media since the start of the Arab Spring?
Are we too dependent on metals and minerals that are increasingly hard to get hold of?
Snowstorm hits US east coast; Iranian dissident camp attacked; and young Afghan orchestra
Why improvising comes naturally to all of us.
Canada has stopped distributing its smallest coin –the one cent or the penny.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Stories about Mali, Hungary, Lebanon and more.
Peter Day takes a walk on one street in Brooklyn to see recovery after Hurricane Sandy.
Electrical charges in the human body - what are the implications for disease and cures?
US snowstorm; Tunisian PM threatens to resign; Judge orders poet Neruda's exhumation
Hillary Clinton on her time as America’s chief diplomat - and her past, present and future
Ben James presents a nightly chat show giving fans the chance to talk about events at t...
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Frolicking fossils and suggestive theories - the evolutionary history of sex
In 2008 the Australian Prime Minister apologised for the treatment of Aborigines
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Sunday 10 February 2013