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Lilian Thuram on why white footballers need to do more to help tackle racism in football
Can Europe avoid deflation and is the US economy really on the up?
Meteors of similar size to the Chelyabinsk event may strike Earth more frequently
Why two French journalists died near Kidal, and the risky bus ride from Amman to Damascus
Why former Dutch far-right Freedom Party politician Arnoud Van Doorn converted to Islam
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The London Metals Exchange is tackling unprecedented queues at aluminium warehouses.
In 1979 a train carrying tonnes of dangerous chemicals crashed in Canada
How much change has Iranian President Hassan Rouhani achieved in 100 days?
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Watching the demise of the M23 rebels from opposite sides of the Congolese-Ugandan border
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Latest in Iran nuclear talks; Chinese land reform; Philippines typhoon
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Can agreement be reached over Iran's nuclear enrichment programme?
We speak to people in the Philippines as typhoon Haiyan hits land
Hopes are rising that an agreement can be reached which would allow sanctions to be eased
Should America spend more on tackling crime at home rather than fighting terrorism?
Why do some people have a darker outlook on life while others have a brighter one?
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Have we mortgaged our children's future? Plus Colm O'Regan's pub quiz.
Talks over Iran's nuclear programme reach a critical stage in Geneva.
What attracts thousands of pilgrims to the Scottish island of Iona every year?
Jim al-Khalili discusses digging up dinosaurs in remote places with Professor Mike Benton
Efforts to help immigrants sign up for a new affordable healthcare plan in the US
Saturday 9 November 2013