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The US braces for $85bn in budget cuts, also known as the sequester.
The human and urban wreckage of civil war around Aleppo; the migrants keen to leave Patras
How much of what Gloria Steinem hoped for and fought for has been achieved?
American mother Shirley Chambers tells how she lost her four children to gun violence.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Henning Wehn examines the relationship between stand-up comedy and politics.
Forty years ago, American Indian activists staged a protest against the US authorities.
First the fiscal cliff, now the sequester. Why does America put obstacles in its path?
What’s behind the calls for a new breakaway state on Kenya’s coast?
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor tells the story of electing Pope Benedict in April 2005
News and issues making the headlines each day.
The EU has moved to limit the amount that bankers can be rewarded. Is it right to do so?
Personal stories, insight and wit from Craig Jeffrey in Meerut and the BBC's Rahul Tandon.
Pope Benedict's legacy; US aid to Syrian opposition; and Berlin Wall under threat
The Malian doctor who treated Islamist militants and their victims.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
The European Union is putting a limit on how much bankers can receive as a bonus.
The EU plans to cap bankers' bonuses at a year's salary. (Image: Reuters)
Rats communicate using brain-to-brain interface
The photographer Alejandro Cartagena spent over a year photographing Mexican car poolers
Benedict XVI steps down as Pope; Waco raid 20th anniversary; China's gay marriage battle.
The European Union is putting a limit on the amount bankers can receive as a bonus.
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