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We hear from Kenyans who have lost loved ones in the al-Shabab shopping mall attack.
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The French government sets out its latest spending plans.
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A new survey looking at the number of people who are aware during general anaesthesia
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The Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba gets ready to float on the New York Stock Exchange
Professor Alan Watson has spent 40 years trying to unravel the mysteries of cosmic rays
Thursday 26 September 2013