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Human trafficking in Mexico and the Priest who stands up to the gangs
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What are the economic and social factors behind the discontent of Brazil's middle class?
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Can better cross-border co-operation and collaboration save lives in South Asia’s floods?
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The Pope may find Brazil is no longer the Catholic country it once was and Japan elections
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The alarming extent to which cyberspace is being used to steal, to spy and to wage war
If by accident you are thrown into icy waters, what can help your chances of survival?
What motivates people to decorate their bodies with ink?
Was the Egyptian uprising which ousted President Mohamed Morsi the biggest ever seen?
His vision for the future of our cities, an interview to celebrate his 80th birthday
Abe set to win Upper House; Zimbabwe allegations; and the centenary of the Tour de France
Neutrinos are helping to explain why there’s more matter than anti-matter in space
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How mobile payment system M-Pesa kick-started an emerging tech econmomy in Kenya
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What motivates humans and drives them to accomplish all they are capable of?
Plate tectonics: the force that shaped the Earth - and shaped the life on it
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US law allowing citizens to defend themselves with deadly force attracts attention abroad
A circus in Phnom Penh and a Washington Nationals game in DC give lessons in character
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Monday 22 July 2013