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What changes when taps come to town? Mike Williams travels to Ghana.
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Geoff Watts explores the science of hallucination.
The 5,500 year old mummy whose murder is solved by a virtual autopsy
The marked increase of prescription drugs which interact with grapefruit.
Comprehensive satellite data shows Greenland and Antarctic ice caps are melting
Why some New Yorkers left homeless by the hurricane still aren't sure the dangers are real
Does it matter if a foreigner has the top job in a national institution?
Rebels abound on the Fifth Floor
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Big challenges ahead for the new nation of South Sudan, plus saving the American Dream.
Rebel troops sweep into Goma under the nose of a UN peacekeeping force.
The dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia lingers, plus the moral enforcers of Cairo.
A paralympian in Iraq and France's espadrille industry. Presented by Pascale Harter.
Stories on slum dwellers in Bangladesh and romance and violence in Papua New Guinea.
The story of one of the most prolific art forgers of the 20th Century.
The Beatles left Liverpool in 1962 to conquer the world, but it never left them.
Shaun Ley asks about the consequences of the 'Marikana massacre' in South Africa.
Reza Khandan on why his imprisoned wife, lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, is refusing to eat.
The largest Iranian community outside Iran can be found in LA. What's its story?
From town planner to servant of the Lord. We meet Bishop Ellinah Wamukoya.
Zeinab Badawi speaks to British businessman Michael Woodford, former CEO of Olympus.
"I survived being shot three times by my husband," Lisette Johnson's remarkable story.
In remote areas of Afghanistan the Kalashnikov is more powerful than the ballot box.
Abdullah Abdirahman Abdullah received death threats from al-Shabab Islamists for his art.
Zeinab Badawi speaks to Jeh Johnson, the General Counsel of the US Defense Department.
World Football travels to Malaysia to find out more about the future of football in Asia.
The Forum @ RSA in London with Margaret Atwood.
Why there's a growing concern among international broadcasters about jamming transmissions
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Magdi Abdelhadi meets Coptic Christians in Egypt as they elect a new Pope.
The winners and losers of the 49th Golden Horse Awards held in Taiwan.
In November 1975, an incredible mutiny took place aboard a Soviet warship in the Baltic.
A monumental new work by artist Antony Gormley exploring the body through architecture.
In November 2005, doctors in France carried out the first ever face transplant.
We talk to US filmmaker Todd Kellstein about his controversial documentary, Buffalo Girls.
Portuguese graffiti artist VHILS creates huge murals by carving into walls.
In November 1979, Iranian revolutionaries stormed the US embassy in Tehran.
Harriett Gilbert talks to award winning writer Amos Oz and his daughter Fania
The story of Christine Jorgensen who had surgery to change her sex from a man to a woman.
CK Stead talks to Harriett Gilbert about his book My Name Was Judas.
Brian Eno talks about his new album Lux
What is fear? Are our fears universal and how do we go about facing our fears?
Farmers seeking the American dream, while in Iraq one athlete dreams of stardom.
Peter Day reports on Turkey’s economic boom.
My Kaduna: Hausa journalists reflect on the growing violence of their Nigerian hometown
A review of the week with the latest news.
Paulo Cabral reports from Sao Paolo on the rise of if Evangelical Christianity in Brazil.
Clinton's views on Mid East; Assange interview; strange death of Russian lawyer
Catalonia in Spain votes; what are the implications for the Eurozone?
How migration and inequality have been driving China's economic miracle.
The secrets of the most successful investor of all time - Warren Buffett.
How can the world tackle the scourge of youth unemployment?
Is the world about to run out of oil and natural gas?
Kuwait election; plain packets for Australian cigarettes; Afghan film-maker goes home
The Tunisian singer talks about writing music for a revolution.
Exploring lullabies from around the world and their role in child development.
News and issues making the headlines each day.
How the British press should be regulated after a scandal over phone hacking.
The meaning of freedom in Qatar, according to the lawyer of a Qatari poet jailed for life.
Would going it alone be good for the Spanish region?
Reaction to US TV comedy star Angus T Jones, saying Two And A Half Men show, is "filth".
We talk to Ludovic Mohammed Zahed, who wants to open a gay-friendly mosque in Paris.
The debate as the Palestinian Authority seeks non-member observer state status at the UN.
How do you feel about the UN vote to upgrade the status of the Palestinians?
The Tunisian singer talks about writing music for a revolution
The former city trader who says he wants to redeem his soul.
Rebels on the move in Goma; constitution divides Egypt; and ice discovered on Mercury
Japan tunnel collapse; Napoleon's Kremlin plans; and imperfections make a Strad perfect
A special programme on the Leveson Inquiry findings.
Assessing the cricketer's performance in the recent test match between England and India.
BBC Africa Debate explores tribalism and ethnicity in politics across the continent.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Protests hit Burmese mine; UK Rwanda aid; Flintoff's boxing folly?
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
A surprise choice for Britain's central bank and stark warnings on climate from Doha.
Indian magnate Lakshmi Mittal flies to France to defuse a row over a steel plant closure.
BP is banned from new oil contracts in the US and how the Hobbit is helping New Zealand.
An inquiry recommends extra regulation of UK newspapers and Nestle's Chinese medicine.