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The UK government pulls aid to South Africa from 2015.
Latifa Nabizada flies military helicopters in one of the most dangerous parts of the world
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Bangladeshis take to the streets in protest over the country's worst industrial disaster.
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Facebook caves in under pressure to take down violent videos. We explore the issues.
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Thursday 2 May 2013