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How alcohol is affecting the Aboriginal community in Australia
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We're in Mississippi with a special report after a deal to end the US government shutdown
New understanding in primate communication
India's varied disaster-handling competence, and the politics of prime land in St Kitts
Mishka Ben David, the Israeli former Mossad agent is now writing crime fiction
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
With the US debt ceiling crisis averted for a few months, is deferment the way forward?
The day Maurice Bishop leader of Grenada was killed. Six days later the US invaded
How does the British director juggle truth, art and entertainment?
News and issues making the headlines each day.
A Somali Norwegian is suspected as being one of the men behind Kenya's Mall attack
Alone in the BBC Kathmandu office at festival time
Justice in Pakistan; Sufi music; Nairobi attack suspect named
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
Senegal's Pape Diakite tells us he was spat at and subjected to monkey chants in Slovakia
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
Brazil's oil workers go on strike against plans to auction off a giant oilfield
We speak to people who describe themselves as lonely.
Why do we bully, why do some do it and others allow it?
Justice in Pakistan; Sufi music; Turkey Israel spy row, Biggie Smalls New York Road
Oil workers strike over exploration rights auction. Plus the cafe stunt to promote a film
After 25 years of business reporting Peter Day argues the world has turned upside down
The US budget standoff is over, but memories of the weeks’ long impasse linger
Saturday 19 October 2013