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The Frenchman who lost billions heads to jail and how far would you travel for work?
Stories from correspondents in India and Austria. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Shaun Ley speaks to behavioural economist Richard Thaler about 'nudge' theory.
Standing up for gay rights - why Jamaican Gareth Henry had to flee his home.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
A theatre in Greece has been attacked by far-right MPs for staging a controversial play.
On 24 October 1929, the New York Stock Exchange began to plummet.
Eco-therapy, empathising with nature as a treatment for mental illness.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on his new tablet computer. Is he just playing catch-up?
Pascale Harter presents stories from Turkey and Mozambique.
The story of how a Russian monastery and its monks are upsetting a local community.
In the autumn of 1980 one of the longest wars of the 20th Century began.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
Unofficial ceasefire appears to be holding, after days of violence between Hamas & Israel
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
The Japanese police artist who draws pictures of unidentified tsunami victims.
Syrian rebels take central Aleppo; memories from a Russian Penal colony; tone deaf choir
We find out how the Islamist crackdown on music in Mali is having a dramatic effect
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
Microsoft unveils Windows 8 - but is the computing giant still relevant?
We'll be broadcasting from the cab of an all-American truck asking, is America working?
Scientists are sentenced to six years for advice given before the L'Aquila earthquake.
Will the Syrian ceasefire be observed? Dirty politics in Florida; Beethoven's lost hymn
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Friday 26 October 2012