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The US economy creates more jobs, but are they the right kind?
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Peter Day reports on plans to build a potash mine in a national park in northern England.
Intimidation in Sanaa: BBC Arabic's Yemen reporter on how he risked his life for the job
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An interview with the newly elected President of Asian Football Sheikh Salman of Bahrain.
US Senators meet a Yemeni man whose village was targeted by a drone
A review of the week with the latest news.
Glitz and guns in Nigeria; prejudice in Hungary; Libyan truffles; British army food.
Who will bring about change in the garment industry in Bangladesh?
Canyons, craters and mountains: The spectacular Martian terrain carved by swathes of water
This week Sportshour gauge's the difference in levels of tolerance for openly gay athletes
We hear from someone who was with him at the end, plus US Civil Rights, and Germany 1968
Reports of Syria massacre; pollution and recruitment in China; apocalypse inspired surfing
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
Anti-Shia violence against Pakistan's Hazara minority raises growing concerns for security
Catrin Nye explores the exorcisms taking place in Britain's South Asian communities.
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Why do we live with cats and dogs?
What lies behind the recent changes to the BBC World Service schedule and programmes?
From communication and contemplation to obedience and shame, we explore silence
The maths behind Mozart's opera The Magic Flute
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Gwyneth Paltrow wants to know what Justin Bieber looks like in the steam room
Shaimaa Khalil listens to the new voices of the Egyptian revolution
Will the new H7N9 strain of bird flu present a wider threat to humans?
Sunday 5 May 2013