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Can we make biofuels from the sugars in the inedible parts of plants?
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Chernobyl family, Honduran Bishop, imprisoned hikers, message in a bottle.
Does luck exist and does believing in luck help or hinder us in life?
Are there 100 million women missing from the world?
A look into new ways of thinking about conflict and reduce aggression
The challenges of reporting and broadcasting Afghanistan's elections
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Scientists decode the genome of the fly that spreads sleeping sickness
What has Latvia's experience of European Union membership been like 10 years on?
In April 1996, a lone gunman killed 35 people in the Australian town of Port Arthur.
Has South Africa lived up to the ideals that the anti-apartheid movement fought for?
Thousands reported killed in bombing campaign in northern Syria
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Author David Baldacci on how his plots are based on real experiences of undercover agents
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Rare report from besieged Aleppo; Ukraine mayor shot; Damon Albarn on life and new album
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
2/2 The story of Isaiah and Jonah, two of the most famous prophets of the Old Testament
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Head of Russian oil giant Rosneft added to sanctions list
Reaction to death sentences for Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Badie and 682 others
Gaia Vince asks if we can ever run our vehicles on biofuels from algae or bacteria.
Barbed satire about slum 'pacification' in Rio; Euro-scepticism on the rise in Marseille
Amnesty condemns Egypt trial verdict; US tightens sanctions on Russia; Indian mango ban
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Two US senators tell us why they think sanctions against Russia should be increased.
2/2 Could free university online courses - MOOCs - be the saviour of higher education?
Tuesday 29 April 2014