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"If they decide to play together it would be fantastic" Frank Leboeuf on team dynamics
Newly appointed economy minister, Pavlo Sheremeta tells us he will engage with Russia.
New research may begin to explain why more boys than girls have autism
What Ukraine's Russians fear from Maidan; Mexico captures its most wanted drug lord
Why Bishop Agapit turned Ukraine's Mikhailovsky Golden Domed Monastery into a hospital
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Embezzling dictators and how to get back the cash they plundered from state coffers.
Left-leaning army officers staged an unsuccessful coup in Venezuela in February 1992
Can Tanzania's illegal ivory trade be stopped?
Russian naval forces surround Crimean military airport
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Crimea's political background, ethnic make-up and why it's a prime holiday destination
Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.
Russian troops in Crimea; Yanukovych faces media; McCain: Putin revisiting Cold War;
How the mobile industry hopes to grab its next billion customers
BBC sports correspondents tell the story behind today's top sporting news, with intervi...
World Bank suspends aid to Uganda over tough new anti-gay law - we ask who will lose out.
The latest from Ukraine as Russia begins to send troops to Crimea.
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
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Ukraine accuses Russia of provocation; how likely is conflict? Great film music explained
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Ukraine's economy is in a fragile state. Who will it turn to for help?
Concerns over Ukraine's economy continue as US President Obama issues Russia a warning.
2/2 The future of Shia Muslims who live in Sunni-dominated Afghanistan
A gay Russian who fears persecution at home seeks asylum - and a new life - in the US
Aboriginal knowledge and modern science helps to preserve Australia’s marine ecology
Saturday 1 March 2014