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Did the number zero come out of religious culture in ancient India?
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
Stories of tradition and change from Vietnam, Norway, India, Denmark, Nigeria and Jersey
A play about illegal immigrants in the US tries to humanise the immigration reform debate
The man who shot JFK - in the USSR; the Jonestown mass suicide; the first Doctor Who.
Digital dealings: What are virtual currencies and what are they for?
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Is 3D printing set to revolutionise manufacturing?
Online campaign to allow forbidden love
The UK charity providing specialist bereavement support for Muslims
A review of the week with the latest news.
The British Muslims risking their lives to deliver aid to Syria by hand
Management consultant Joe Pine on mass customisation and what customers really want
A debate from Hong Kong's Fringe club about Asian economic success, luck and creativity
How did the media in Sri Lanka react to David Cameron's outspoken visit?
2/4 It is not the legacy of colonialism that keeps Africa poor, but its dictatorships
Iran agrees to curb nuclear activity; Afghan Loya Jirga urges security pact; Attica Blues
Discovery in particle physics marks new era for astronomy
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Are military metaphors such as 'battling' always appropriate when it comes to cancer?
A tribute to Dorris Lessing who was the oldest winner of the Nobel Prize for literature
Reaction to Iran's nuclear deal; Afghan elders approve security deal; protest in Ukraine
'I've always wanted to direct' - Jude Law
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Voters have overwhelmingly rejected proposals to cap Swiss boss salaries
How far can or should we pursue solitude?
The Gettysburg Address, JFK's murder and the present, and American football's troubles
Professor Terry Speed explains how statistics plays an important role in cancer research
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Antarctic detector buried two kilometres under ice has captured 28 'intergalactic events'
Monday 25 November 2013