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Are the trials of alleged war criminals from the conflict of 1971 politically motivated?
The US central bank pulls back on its stimulus for the economy - but only by a bit.
Why today’s children are on average 15% slower at running than their parents
The Kenyan-Somali man who rescued hundreds of people during the Westgate mall attack.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The US Fed's wind-down of quantitative easing - what it means for the rest of us.
On December 20 1973, the Spanish PM Luis Carrero Blanco, was killed by a massive bomb.
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Andrea Luci's hope that his fame will help research for a cure for his son's condition
Sectarian conflict in Iraq; mapping the Milky Way; disability in pop music
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Eurozone ministers form deal to tackle failing banks
We get reaction in South Africa / And we speak to space fans about latest discoveries
Do music lessons make children more intelligent? We question the scientific evidence
Coping with doormen in New York and the Canadian policeman who smokes medical marijuana.
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Iran's coach Carlos Queiroz on why he would be keen on the Tottenham manager job
Is Russia's president about to pardon his old foe after a decade in jail?
A Syrian man whose life illustrates the conflict; and slavery-type labour in Brazil.
Friday 20 December 2013