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The Nigerian international Nosa Igiebor talks about the racism he's experienced in Spain.
Dozens more are killed in Kiev as police marksmen fire on demonstrators.
More killed in Kiev as police marksmen use live ammunition against demonstrators.
A three year emergency plan to save Madagascar’s threatened lemurs
Looking back on 34 years in power as Robert Mugabe turns 90.
The Ukrainian activist who risks her life to investigate stories of government corruption.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Is Europe at risk of getting stuck in a Japanese-style economic stagnation?
In February 1952 thousands marched in Dhaka in defence of the Bengali language
After publicly 'coming out', can Binyavanaga Wainaina change attitudes to homesexuality?
Ukrainian protestors react to peace deal. Plus does your dog understand you?
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On his birthday, Zimbabwean journalists reflect on living and reporting under Mugabe
Will draft deal end Ukraine violence?; Obama to meet Dalai Lama; Mugabe's 90th birthday
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
The inside track on WhatsApp, the startup bought by FaceBook for $19bn.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
The everyday effects of economic chaos and food shortages in Venezuela amidst protests.
Ukraine will hold early elections – do you think it will be enough to end the crisis?
Why the production and consumption of coffee matters so much around the globe
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How do you build a new life after being in the top job?
After a week of violent demonstrations in Venezuela and Ukraine, we hear from Caracas.
1/2 Rustam Qobil examines Sufi Islam of Afghanistan.
American professors reach out to help a Chinese colleague who fears for his job
Commercial fishing’s impact on bird evolution, and the threat of coral eating starfish
Saturday 22 February 2014