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The rise - and legacy - of outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
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As investors arrive for a summit we ask how long until Burma gets a thriving middle class?
Artists showcase the digital tools they're using at this year’s Venice Biennale
How the conservation of the Mesopotamian marshes has given new hope to Iraq's Marsh Arabs
Italians Nino and Giuseppe de Masi on their decades-long fight against the mafia
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Croatia's Central Bank boss on why he'll be celebrating as Croatia joins the EU.
Twelve years ago, Timothy McVeigh was executed for carrying out the 1995 Oklahoma bombing
Should events such as the brief Islamist takeover of northern Mali serve as a wakeup call?
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Sonali Mukherjee was left blinded and deaf after rejecting the advances of admirers
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Syrian army recaptures strategic town; chemical risk in pregnancy; Chinese thoughts on USA
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Peter Day hears from the pioneers of the rapidly-advancing world of digital manufacturing.
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Latvia is set to join the eurozone but has it been given a poisoned chalice?
We talk through testimonies and videos of the battle for Qusair in Syria.
Are we biologically better-suited to the hunter-gatherer diet of our cavemen ancestors?
Latvia is set to join the eurozone - but has it been given a poisoned chalice?
Syrian forces take strategic town; living the Chinese dream; prescription books in Britain
How do ordinary Latvians feel about swapping Lats for Euros?
Thursday 6 June 2013