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An interview with the President of the Palestinian Football Association
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US employment grows less than expected, and a special report on corruption in India.
Zambia has the potential to be a trade hub, if it can improve its roads and railways.
Can Indians and their curry pots face the prospect of life without the mighty onion?
Sadness, madness and the new normal; a Syrian in the US reflects on life in his birthplace
A review of the week with the latest news.
Stories from correspondents in Syria, US, Australia, Chad, Vietnam and Liechtenstein
Do innovation and individualism have a place in big corporations?
Can scientists bring extinct animals back from the dead?
We’ll hear why some say the decision to be the 2020 Olympic hosts was made 8 years ago.
How the British trained spies in WWII, plus Jack the Ripper and war in Eritrea.
Australia's election landslide; 2020 Olympics runners. Remembering Ibrahim Moothana.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
The history of tension between the US President and Congress over taking military action
What role can the Maliki school of Islam play in Morocco and North Africa?
Tokyo to host the 2020 Olympics, Australian elections and Philadelphia Soul.
How human memory works and why some memories are remembered more easily than others
Was coverage of the UK Parliament's debate on Syria balanced?
How much is violence a choice, and how much a natural human instinct?
How accurate are the reported death estimates in the Syrian conflict?
'People think I'm grumpy, I'm really not. I have the disposition of a hobbit' Paul Theroux
2/3 What impact will Turkey's new relationships with traditional allies have on the region?
Scientists show bacteria from humans invade obese mice and slim them down
Sunday 8 September 2013