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French thieves, Ukrainian cats and the price of fish in Yemen.
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How did America's black cowboys get airbrushed out of movies and history books?
Exploring early embryonic development of dinosaurs showed they wriggled in their eggs
How the World Service reacted to the death of the former British PM Margaret Thatcher.
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A sleepy Jamaican fishing village is changed forever when dark forces come in from the sea
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Why do humans kiss?
Baroness Margaret Thatcher, who died aged 87, was Britain’s first female prime minister.
Mark Dowd travels to Argentina to probe the background of the new Pope.
BBC criticised for North Korea film; Venezuela election; Guantanamo prison unrest
Does eating lean red meat increase the risk of heart disease?
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Peter Day examines the rivalry between two Boston business schools - Harvard and MIT.
Clashes at Guantanamo; BBC criticised over filming trip to N Korea; and Thatcher's music
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As Pyongyang ramps up threats directed at the US, Americans try to read between the lines.
Inaugural omens for Uhuru Kenyatta in Nairobi; an influx from the rural north in Bamako
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Monday 15 April 2013