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  • Egypt protests

    Updated news as clashes continue in Egypt following an attack on Coptic Christians.

    Duration: 05:54

  • Nepal child soldiers

    What next for thousands of former child soldiers following the end of Nepal's civil war?

    Duration: 09:21

  • Gadgets

    Rory Cellan-Jones reports on the latest gadgets at LA's Consumer Electronics Show.

    Duration: 12:58

  • Breaking the habit

    China's latest effort to stop public spitting - eviction from your home.

    Duration: 15:25

  • Zimbabwe white farmers

    An undercover film looking at Mugabe's controversial seizure of white owned farms.

    Duration: 19:40

  • New York snow driving tips

    Some winter driving tips from a New York City cab driver.

    Duration: 22:55

  • Sudan trouble

    Aid agencies warn that Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement is in trouble.

    Duration: 32:40

  • UK politics

    Challenges by senior politicians to Gordon Brown's leadership appears to have fallen flat.

    Duration: 39:16

  • Al Qaeda Jordan

    Katya Adler's exclusive interview with an Al-Qaeda militant in Jordan.

    Duration: 44:44

  • Yemen

    The BBC's Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen reports from Sanaa.

    Duration: 53:00


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