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The rise - and legacy - of outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Can science provide a solution to the recurring floods of Central Europe?
What role could radio play in the treatment of mental health?
Julian Worricker with defence correspondent Robert Fox and policy analyst Emira Woods
Are we biologically better-suited to the hunter-gatherer diet of our cavemen ancestors?
How architect Daniel Libeskind won the fierce competition to rebuild Ground Zero.
Materials, relationships, ecosystems - what makes them resistant - or prone to failure?
The compelling attractions of the sea through literature and science
It is often said that men think about sex every seven seconds, but is it true?
As Burma faces political and economic reform, what challenges lie ahead?
Deadly clashes after Libya protest; anti-Hezbollah protester killed in Lebanon; a hero dog
The oldest primate fossil to be found is mouse-sized and from China
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Politicians, business leaders and students gather at the 43rd St Gallen Symposium
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Dr Adam Hart explores the impact of migratory bee-keeping in the United States
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Is a relaxation of the US' immigration laws vital to its economy?
Sexual assault is becoming “a cancer” in the US military and victims are not just women
Venturing into the remote Mahra tribal region; surviving the philosophy bac litteraire
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Monday 10 June 2013