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Commercial fishing’s impact on bird evolution, and the threat of coral eating starfish
Reports from the Central African Republic, Zimbabwe, Djibouti and Madagascar
American professors reach out to help a Chinese colleague who fears for his job
The Chinese leader recalled by his translator, plus protests in Albania and graffiti art.
How do you build a new life after being in the top job?
BBC Sport brings you all the latest stories and results from around the world.
Fake photos in Venezuela, siding with Chinese prostitutes, and braingasms.
In 1984, the British skaters charmed the world with their performance of Ravel's Bolero
What lessons can be learnt from the international medical help effort in Philippines?
A review of the week with the latest news.
Mum and daughter united after 29 years, Ukraine's tiny troublemaker and Sloths
1/2 Rustam Qobil examines Sufi Islam of Afghanistan.
What is the nature of reality and are there ways of gaining a new perspective of it?
Listeners voice concern over the impact of advertising and sponsorship on BBC services
Could a new carbon revolution help wean mankind off its reliance on fossil fuels?
3/4 Why do fish shoal, birds flock and locusts swarm?
Kiev's protesters stand firm; Zimbabwe after Mugabe; Sochi a success for Russia?
Declining bee populations, the plight of teens with HIV, and inhibiting fearful memories
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
They are Asia’s economic giants – yet Japan and China's past continues to cause tensions
Where is President Yanukovych?, Protester's mother mourns, Response from EU and Russia
'I want to give a tip to people who want to be a director - do it' - Steve McQueen
How quickly will the online global drinking craze Neknomination spread - and fizzle out?
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Mozilla's CEO, Jay Sullivan, tells us why everyone will want his $25 smartphone
Why the production and consumption of coffee matters so much around the globe
Hezbollah's heartland in Beirut; journalists in Gaza with more to discuss than politics
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
A three year emergency plan to save Madagascar’s threatened lemurs
Monday 24 February 2014