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Senegal's Pape Diakite tells us he was spat at and subjected to monkey chants in Slovakia
The US budget standoff is over, but memories of the weeks’ long impasse linger
Presented by Paul Henley with guests Christina Lamb and Alex Andreou.
Correspondents stuck in crowds, from scary mobs to groups of friends and even snakes.
The new business empires of the world are in tech, so why are so few women involved?
Insight into the airline industry with air hostess Betty Thesky
Should a city that's $18billion in debt be funding an arena for its ice hockey team?
The day Maurice Bishop was killed, escaping a Nazi death camp, and an ANC hero walks free
Quotas for women in politics; pregnant Syrians targeted; Titanic violin auctioned
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How alcohol is affecting the Aboriginal community in Australia
Why is yoga so popular in Iran?
Guest editor Helen Clark asks should there be quotas for women in politics?
Why do we bully, why do some do it and others allow it?
Does the Philippines get less media attention than other parts of the world?
How do humans and animals cope with one of the strongest emotions: fear
How the economist who called markets efficient is sharing top award with his big critic.
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'It wasn't until another guy threw up on me that we finally stopped' - Tom Hanks
New understanding in primate communication
Presented by Paul Henley with guests Rosemary Hollis and Agnes Poirier.
Sunday 20 October 2013