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Kosovo play against Haiti in their first offically recognised international match
United States and European leaders condemn plans for a referendum in Crimea as "illegal"
Early American settlers may have used the Bering land bridge as a 10,000 year stopover
Baldy, One Leg or Big Bottom, what Somali nickname would you choose?
How Mexican businessman Carlos Halabe risked his life in the fight against drugs cartels
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Economic sanctions against Russia: Are European and US threats credible?
In 1948 Ghana was rocked by riots following the killing of Ghanaian WW2 veterans
Are the Cayman Islands about to lose their tax haven status?
Tatar politician in Crimea says power vacuum could create dangerous environment
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How a divided Venezuela is dealing with both protesters and parties on the streets
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Kickstarter crowdfunding raises $1bn in pledged money. Will it hurt venture capital?
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
The Russian company that supplies Ukraine's gas considers turning off its taps
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
The Economy minister for Ukraine takes your questions.
Everyone has one, but what do names say about us?
Ukrainian base seized, Sarkozy's spying scandal, Turkish General released
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How can we make ourselves more resilient against the risk of flooding?
Russian company Gazprom threatens to turn off the taps
Is the ultra-conservative Wahhabi branch of Islam the ideology behind Islamic extremism...
The new film exploring Afghanistan's post-Taliban photo revolution
How animals navigate, from homing instincts to smell maps and astronomy
Saturday 8 March 2014