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The Mexican self-defence groups taking the law into their own hands.
Economists at the IMF have been wrestling with the best way to rescue the world economy.
Jewish fighters in the Polish capital rose up against the German army in 1943
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The USA international Jozy Altidore talks about being the victim of racist abuse.
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Boston suspects’ family speaks out; victims’ fund surpasses $400,000; Maduro sworn in.
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The drug-maker GlaxoSmithKline has been accused of market 'abuse'in the UK.
Peter Day presents a debate about disrupting big finance at the annual Skoll World Forum.
Views from racers, war correspondents and an amputee marathon competitor.
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Saturday 20 April 2013