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The professor who studies the sun and the impact of its radiation on the Earth's climate
From electricians in Nigeria, to pastry-makers in Rome - and journalists past and present
America’s oldest licenced pizzeria thrives a year after super storm Sandy floods
Massive storms in Central America, Indira Gandhi's murder, plus Black Monday on Wall St.
Will we always be condemned to economic cycles of boom and bust? Plus Mindfulness at work
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Highlights from CEATEC include the glasses that can translate foreign menus
Twitter storm hits Pakistani TV channel.
WHO launches a campaign to address the link between health and unemployment
Presented by Paul Henley with guests Kishwar Desai and Mark MacKinnon.
How Italy's southern town of Riace is being revived by migrants from north Africa
Peter Day explores two very contrasting enclaves in China.
Do the internet and social media empower the Chinese individual or the state?
The concept of "open journalism" is explained by Ros Atkins, presenter of Outside Source.
2/4 Baroness Williams is still campaigning and sits in the House of Lords in the UK
Dhaka tribunal convicts two; Nigerian church stampede; Damascus residents hopes for peace
Why unemployment is a health issue according to a new report from the WHO.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Camus's classic is discussed by his biographer Oliver Todd and Professor David Walker
US Sec of State Kerry in Saudi Arabia; Nigeria wedding attack; Swedish hit music exports
"If I can't find canvas, I'll use a sail" Billy Zane on his approach towards art making.
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The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
How different cultures define telling the truth
Israel's separation barrier brings memories of Berlin's Wall; smiles for Moscow visitors
How true are claims that there is an unreported global war on Christians?
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Researchers have found strong evidence that the SARS virus originated in bats
Monday 4 November 2013