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2/2 Miracles and John Paul II
Japan's economy grows, but not by as much as predicted.
Tortured Kiev Protester, Finland's first black MP and writer Armistead Maupin
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When dictatorships are overthrown, how should societies rebuild themselves?
The maths behind modern matchmaking
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Breakthrough in the quest for nuclear fusion
Were reports on the Swiss vote on immigration fair and balanced?
Urban centres are economic powerhouses of most nations - do they need more independence?
The rise and fall of a New York graffiti artist
Daimler has a proud reputation, but does it have a bright future?
Lyse Doucet meets scores of men evacuated from Homs who now face questioning.
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Born with dwarfism, Tiffanie DiDonato underwent an operation to increase her height
UN accuses North Korea of atrocities; Ethiopian co-pilot hijacks plane; sex for fish
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Matteo Renzi faces serious challenges if he manages to put a government together.
Are you more worried about flying? And what would drive someone to hijack his own plane?
Matteo Renzi faces serious challenges if he manages to put together a government.
Commercial fishing’s impact on bird evolution, and the threat of coral eating starfish
UN panel compares atrocities to WW2; Saudi Arabia's female editor; Ballerinas going soft
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The music that helped forge a new Argentine identity after the violence of military rule
Insurers count the cost of climate change, but do they always pass it on to consumers?
Tuesday 18 February 2014