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Should shopkeepers be allowed to sell malaria drugs to improve access?
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Stories from Lebanon and Jordan. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Why did Riad Hijab defect from the regime of President Bashar al Assad?
Hamid Rahimi: the Afghan boxer who is trying to use sport to bring peace to his homeland
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Rome Film Festival jury member Chris Fujiwara talks about the films awarded prizes.
In 1969 the first President of Uganda, Edward Mutesa, died in exile in London.
Stealing art is not only wrong, it is also bad business. You won't make any money.
Can Trinidad's attempts to get more people in sport reduce the country’s crime rate?
Selma Dabbagh on Arab pop music.
A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas largely holds, plus - budget showdown in Brussles.
Live from Ramallah, the day after a truce is announced between Israel & Hamas
Stories from France and Lebanon. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Lee Harvey Oswald had spent two years living in the USSR after serving there as a Marine
Paul Gambaccini reveals the story behind the making of Magical Mystery Tour.
Life after Gaza ceasefire; new BBC director general; the Pacific Island that doesn't exist
The former city trader who says he wants to redeem his soul.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
Live from Ramallah, we speak to representatives from Palestinian rivals, Hamas and Fatah.
The Ebola virus infects pigs and can be spread through the air according to new research
Brian Eno talks to Mark about his new album Lux
Will Israeli open Gaza borders? BBC's new boss; Egypt's President assumes sweeping power
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Friday 23 November 2012