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A Paralympian praises Pistorius; a soldier's tie to his interpreter and meteor hunting.
Next year is now when European Commission forecasters say Europe will start growing again.
Stories on nepotism in Italian universities and a church in France devoted to rugby.
Stephen Sackur talks to the anti-apartheid activist about her new alternative to the ANC.
Former Manchester United forward Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says his dream is to manage them
Indian film director Anurag Kashyap and the Perunika Trio.
Seventy years ago, three German students were executed for protesting against Hitler.
Is it "who you know" not "what you know" when it comes to getting a job in Italy?
We all have memories but do we share some of those, socially or collectively? If so, why?
Narco corridos - the music of Mexico's drug cartels.
A review of the week with the latest news.
Imam Khalid Latif considers what happens when world religions change their minds.
An ordinary woman assumed an extraordinary place in history after a simple act of defiance
What's a fair rate of tax for big companies? Jamie Robertson and guests discuss.
The challenges caused by an ageing population.
Syrian opposition SNC boycotts talks;UK loses AAA credit rating; missing Banksy on auction
What makes your life meaningful? With Alain de Botton, Susan Wolf and Alexandre Mitchell.
Tim Harford asks how the figure of 1.2 billion Catholics world-wide is calculated.
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Vatican condemns media 'slander'; UK's credit downgrade; listeners 'talk' to an astronaut.
What scientists have learnt from the Russian meteor strike.
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Life’s many paths to being female or male: in humans, komodo dragons and transexual fish
How four days of huge protests brought down Filipino President Ferdinand Marcos in 1986.
How the international media have reacted to the decision of the Pope to stand down.
Seoul hackers rescuing the good name of hacker culture
The pick of recent personal stories and dispatches from correspondents around the world.
Sunday 24 February 2013