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Why are the Russian business elite choosing London as a destination to live in?
Dr.Robert Shapiro explains why he thinks economic crises are becoming the norm
Some patients are starting to record their medical consultations but many doctors oppose
How hundreds of drug-addicted children seek refuge beneath the streets of Bucharest
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The families who depend on Mt Everest for their livelihoods
As China expands its investment overseas, is the country's economic potential overhyped?
The passing of the Civil Rights Act through the United States Congress 50 years ago
Sadness and joy for Spain; America's purity balls; ambitious goal to cure Alzheimer
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How writer David Stuart MacLean lost his memory as a reaction to anti-malarial drugs
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Iraq: US to send military advisers; Turkish officers freed from prison; new Neruda poems
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
As oil companies move staff out of Iraq, we look at the battle for the Baiji refinery.
The advancement of Isis across northern Iraq has taken the world by surprise.
From Brasil, Ben James talks to pundits, reporters and fans from around the world about...
Using methane models to detect life on other planets
Guitar or sitar in Mumbai's music shops; how the platinum miners' strike affects families
Patrick Osgood explains how the conflict in Kurdish Iraq is affecting the oil trade.
Gerard Houllier and Juan Sebastian Veron give their views on the World Cup so far.
Friday 20 June 2014