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BBC reporter is told to leave a supermarket where people have queued for 12 hours.
Dampson was given away by his mother to a man who forced him to do dangerous work.
The drama of the talks was captured minute-by-minute on social media.
Violinist Sousan Askander, from Aleppo, ended up as a refugee in Germany.
Former enforcers of China’s one child policy are re-trained to improve child welfare.
They took our four children then the baby - Read Tim Whewell's report.
Automatic cameras in the Antarctic record the secret lives of penguins.
Alexander Sheps is one of Russia's top mystics and winner of TV's Battle of the Psychics.
Prof Ian Shipsey shows how to test for polonium poisoning.
How and why a mosquito bites you
The village in China where the trade in producing drugs lives on despite police raids
The young Afghan asylum seekers sent back to their homeland after making a life in the UK
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The BBC's Vladimir Hernandez on Venezuela's failure to get food on people's tables.
The house where the Philippines' forgotten 'comfort women' were held.
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Can the poisoned river be saved?
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