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Legislators in Belgium consider extending the right to die to terminally ill children
David Beckham announces he's bought a football franchise in Miami
More countries need to prepare for influx of people with sickle cell disease
The journalist trying to track down the killers of reporter Daniel Pearl
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Are the arguments for introducing a minimum wage populist politics or sound economics?
In 1946 tens of thousands of British women went to Canada on the first 'war brides' ship
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Child poverty in the US told through the eyes of 13-year-old Jonny who lives in a shelter
Is Western news coverage of Sochi biased?; 'Orwellian' Turkish internet law; fake art
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Bankers' bonuses get higher, despite official efforts to cap them.
Twitter has announced a $645m loss and a fall in user growth. Is something going wrong?
Why are the pyroclastic flows on Mount Sinabung so deadly?
An Egyptian train journey with supporters of Abdel Fatah al-Sissi; Belize's 'royal rat'
Leaked tape of US diplomatic discussion; Syrian children targeted; salmon mystery solved
A surprise slow-down in Twitter’s user growth causes concern.
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Ajax manager Frank de Boer on supporting youth and "'total football'
Data: do we really need to store so much of it? And who should control it?
Good cheekbones are key to winning a camel beauty contest
Friday 7 February 2014