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Roberto Mancini talks about his controversial exit from Manchester City
The Argentine currency falls 15% in two hours, its sharpest fall since 2002
The Rosetta deep space probe wakes after a deep slumber
Thailand's enslaved fishermen and what a double toilet tells us about Russia
Dr Simplice Kango on caring for children with machete, bullet and shrapnel wounds
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Hassan Rouhani says his country is open for business, but do sanctions allow it?
Rare archive recordings of people who lived through the unification of Nigeria in 1914
Austerity, poverty and a shrinking economy - can Georgiades be optimistic for Cyprus?
News and issues making the headlines each day.
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A history of an iconic street and its significance in Ukraine's anti-government protests
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Egypt car bomb
Rory Cellan-Jones presents this new weekly look at technology trends and businesses
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
Argentina is to ease its foreign exchange controls, following a huge fall in the peso.
We hear from people who are trying to lead regular lives in cities impacted by unrest.
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Why does homosexuality exist? Is it nature or nurture? Mike Williams and guests discuss
Syrian warring sides agree to meet; Ukraine protests spread; is the stethoscope obsolete?
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Tapping in to some of the latest leadership trends at Davos - emotional intelligence
Currency strife and global growth concerns hit global stockmarkets.
Jewish Renaissance in Poland is fuelled by young Poles discovering their roots
Fears that radiation-contaminated fish from Fukushima is turning up in US markets
Why are some people 'early birds' while others are 'night owls'?
Saturday 25 January 2014