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Joining US forces in the Philippines plus the story of a poignant reunion in New York
Why is assisted suicide legal in Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg?
A dancer who worked on the sinking cruise liner on how the experience still haunts her.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The new generation of Romanian film makers.
Betty Friedan's book kickstarted the modern women's movement.
Are imbalances the biggest threat to the world economy? Plus: Italy's family run firms.
Who is most likely to use the Death with Dignity law?
How four days of huge protests brought down Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos in 1986.
More details from a South African court hearing Oscar Pistorius' bail application.
Was Sri Lankan boy executed? & Global reaction to alleged China cyber-attacks.
Stories on the strange jobs that prop up Japan’s economy and a reporter returns to Kenya.
Pistorius bail hearing; French urged to leave northern Cameroon after kidnap; space mining
How six American embassy staff escaped during the Iranian hostage crisis of 1979
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
Bulgaria's government quits after mass protests. We hear how the eurozone crisis hit hard.
Your reaction to David Cameron's 'statement of regret' for 1919 massacre in India.
Dentists tell us we should floss our teeth but what is the evidence that it really works?
We hear from the winners of the 2012 International Playwriting Competition.
Pistorius evidence confusion; British Empire and Nazis compared; women and science prizes.
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Thursday 21 February 2013