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China's economy will overtake the US as the world's largest this year, statisticians say
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How sharing your neighbour’s car, tools and home have become a new style of enterprise
Revolutionary courts and executions in Iran, Paul Robeson, a President of Crimea and Abba
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Pro-Russian separatists hold vote; politics of the hashtag; London's prison restaurant
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The story of Ion Bugan, who was arrested after demonstrating against the Romanian commu...
The gay rights activist from Uganda who found himself the subject of a witch hunt
Meet the Kenyan prisoners acting as lawyers on behalf of themselves and fellow inmates
Kiev calls referendum illegal; Danish minister's digital footprint; and City win League
Hollywood star Michael Fassbender on why wearing a giant mask over his head is liberating
Alex Bellos tells the surprising story of Brazil's favourite maths book.
Forensic scientist Sue Black on the clues she uses to identify human bodies
Thousands vote in unofficial poll which may determine Ukraine's future
What makes snippets of popular songs go round and round in our heads?
How the local and global media have reacted to the story of Nigeria's missing schoolgirls
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British planetary scientist Colin Pillinger has died following a brain haemorrhage
Monday 12 May 2014