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Alternative childcare: In China children as young as two are educated away from home
Powerful hedge fund manager Stephen Cohen to pay $1.8 billion on insider trading charges
Jim al-Khalili discusses digging up dinosaurs in remote places with Professor Mike Benton
Martin Sixsmith who helped a woman search for the son she was forced to give up.
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As Twitter prepares to float we ask are we in the midst of another tech bubble?
In 1963 southern Africa's first multi-racial school opened in Swaziland.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
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Kathy Eldon remembers her son Dan, a photojournalist killed while working in Somalia.
Art hoard includes Renoir and Picasso works; M23 rebels surrender; Dutch paedophile sting
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
What is the motivation behind India's mission to Mars?
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
It's the most anticipated IPO since Facebook. But will it pay off for investors?
India has successfully launched a spacecraft to Mars costing $72m.
A from report Kigali on how technology is transforming Africa
How violence spread from Sudan's periphery to Khartoum; stories of Melilla's "mule women"
Syria peace conference delayed; JFK letters; the real Captain Phillips
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Peter Day explores two very contrasting enclaves in China.
Changing times at City Hall, New York. What will it mean for the city?
The Muslim Brotherhood leaders now on trial; the dubious Libyans hiding out in Hammamet
Wednesday 6 November 2013