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Football agent Paulo Teixeira discusses plans to change the transfer system.
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Twenty per cent of Chinese farmland is contaminated with toxic chemicals.
From Chinese pandas to Putin's crocodile - how countries use animals in diplomacy
1/2 Clive Lawton tells the story of two of the most famous Old Testament Prophets.
How Boston has changed in the aftermath of last year’s Marathon bombings
Can books survive? Peter Day looks for the answer at the London Book Fair.
A review of the week with the latest news.
Who's in charge in the modern workplace?
Meet the 'Preppers', people who are fearful of the future and preparing for disaster
A quarter of footballers are black, why are there not more black managers?
When FouseyTube hit two million, it’s creator celebrated by jumping out of a plane
Is the BBC focusing too much on Pistorius and not enough on other African stories?
Car horns, national anthems and calypso - a cacophony of stories from BBC correspondents
2/4 The ideas that have shaped the modern Arab world, focussing on Egypt and Syria
Korea ferry despair; French journalists freed in Syria; Prince re-signs to Warner.
Why do we read horoscopes?
The American athlete who broke the gender barrier at the Boston Marathon
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
The experiences of people from three different communities in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
In a rare moment of openness, authorities in Pyongyang asked the UN for help in 2004
Headmistress pleads for girls' lives; Brother of freed journalist speaks; Happy music
When being alone is a blessing and when it is a blight.
What is the evidence for the benefits of vitamin D supplementation?
Sunday 20 April 2014