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The Quiverfull Christians trying to transform society by raising large families
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It is the end of an era as Blackberry's continued crumble ends in a sell-off
How robust is GPS and what are the consequences of the system's weaknesses?
How Harvard scholar Majid Rafizadeh faced the challenges of a Syrian-Iranian dual identity
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
A bank intern died recently, after allegedly working 72 hours non-stop. Is this the norm?
Executive producer Michael Berk on the birth of a global hit TV show in September 1989
2/3 The mistakes made early in the occupation of Iraq during the period 2003 to 2004
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What is happening on the ground in Peshawar and Nairobi following the weekend attacks?
Suzette Jordan defied social stigma by identifying herself as a rape victim
Confusion over Nairobi siege details; secrets of Russian prison life; mummified king
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Will Barack Obama hold out an olive branch to Iran's Hassan Rouhani?
We speak to people in Nairobi and in Peshawar to get their reaction
How the electric car is touted as one of the biggest trends at the Frankfurt Motor show
German austerity and discontent and the trials of learning Danish
Westgate siege ends - survivor's story; thaw in US Iran relationship?; whispering monkeys
Barack Obama holds out olive branch to Iran's Hasan Rouhani
Professor Alan Watson has spent 40 years trying to unravel the mysteries of cosmic rays
The big thaw in the frigid relations between Iran and the US - is it really underway?
Features from BBC correspondents on life in Damascus and Quebec’s secular values.
Wednesday 25 September 2013