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Can putting chemicals in the stratosphere to block the sun stop global warming?
Correspondents brave the pitfalls of travel, from Burma to Vietnam, Greenland to Israel
Islam gains a foothold in traditionally Catholic Latino communities in the US
US assault on Fallujah; WW2's Battle of Monte Cassino; and Jimi Hendrix's girlfriend
Will the romance of the road come to an end with the driverless vehicle?
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
A Twitter storm about spinach in Malaysia and Brazilian flashmobs
The American speed-skater who overcame personal tragedy to win Olympic gold
How the labelling of a placebo can make it as effective as drugs in migraine pain relief
Presented by Julian Worricker with guests Paola Totaro and Paul Melly in London.
The singing labourers of Dubai, plus the pilot who landed his plane on the Hudson river
Barack Obama's spiritual guide.
How does scarcity affect our behaviour and thinking?
The differences in French and UK media when reporting on the 'private life' of leaders
Rich people of Newcastle live 11 more healthy years than the poor. Can we brige the gap?
Why doesn’t money make us happy? French economist Daniel Cohen talks to Justin Rowlatt...
Iran opens for business, Bangkok grenade attack, Michael Palin on beekeeping in Ethiopia
How Gene therapy can improve the vision of patients who would have gone blind
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Could altering our genes become the future of cheating in sport?
Russia's president reveals a friendlier face but is it genuine?
The Wolf Of Wall Street star discusses his role as a stockbroker and filming orgies
A study has shown an apple-a-day will actually keep the doctors away but is it accurate?
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The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Tracing the power and use of masks and what they mean for us culturally
Female hopes and fears for the future in Kabul; the fear of homosexuality in Russia
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The mathematical formula that could aid defence of online systems and help policy makers
Monday 20 January 2014