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Haitians star in an ad campaign exposing the irony of the hashtag #FirstWorldProblems.
Supermassive black holes which project their power across entire galaxies of stars.
What part have the media played in Malala Yousafzai's story?
What effect did Felix Baumgartner's remarkable fall to Earth have on his body?
How Nobel prize-winning economists Alvin Roth and Lloyd Shapley are helping save lives.
Stories about the war on drugs, urban renewal and ... cats. Presented by Pasale Harter.
Fashion entrepreneurs explain how to keep your company on top - and your family happy.
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Evan Davis and guests discuss overcapacity and how to ensure positive product placement.
A review of the week with the latest news.
Speeding up the drug development process to treat the major diseases facing us
35 years ago a German industrialist was kidnapped and killed by the Baader Meinhof Gang.
Paul Henley with Egyptian writer Tarek Osman and S African journalist, Khadija Sharife
The fall of Gaddafi: a Libyan journalist gives an insider's view on how the BBC covered it
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The man who overstayed his Indian visa and was stripped of his nationality and identity.
What’s the future for the remaining Jews living in the Arab world?
Beirut mourns intelligence chief; politics and the yakuza; cancer survivor backs Armstrong
It's 15 years since an extraordinary building was opened in a Spanish industrial city.
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Football and more - the fan's phone-in from the BBC.
Clashes in Lebanon after funeral, US Senator George McGovern dies, and surfing in Iran.
A 'blind' robot in Slovenia aims to enable humans to be more human
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What is it that actually triggers our laughter, do all of us find the same things funny?
CIA expert Dino Brugioni interpreted the ariel photographs of missiles in Cuba
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Monday 22 October 2012