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How religion supports us at the end of life - and the rituals that surround us.
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IDEO's David Kelley tells us why more of us should get in touch with our creative side.
Scientists connect cultures of living human neurons to robots to see how the brain works
Paulo Henrique Machado survived polio but ended up spending 44 years in hospital
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
As China's demand for raw materials slows down is the boom in commodity prices over?
In July 1986 two students were set on fire by Chilean government soldiers
4/4 How newspapers, radio and television are shaping up to the challenges of a digital world
News and issues making the headlines each day.
We hear from across Egypt on what people there want for their country.
The Indian man who survived the floods in northern India by clinging to a temple bell
Egypt's power struggle, Obama's Africa tour assessed and tales of courage from Arizona
Austerity bites hard in Andalucia, while Syrian ice cream licks the competition in Amman
Morsi has failed to fulfil Egyptians' hope of economic renewal. But which options remain?
Egypt's military gives leaders 48 hours to end the political crisis; plus, spies' secrets.
How developments in mapping, travel apps and crowd sourcing are influencing tourism
Political protests go on in Cairo; French rightwing leader loses immunity; Syrian sharia
Why Egypt's economic woes are driving people to protest
Frank Gardner on Doha's talent for tactics; Stephen Smith handles some Russian treasures
Wednesday 3 July 2013