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How a British soldier pledged to help a Bosnian boy with a life-threatening condition.
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
The median age in many Silicon Valley tech firms is 29. Is Silicon Valley ageist?
China's farmers struggle with food contamination, forced evictions and land degradation
In 1965 a pioneering computer dating scheme, Operation Match, launched in the USA.
Former US intelligence officer in Iraq; what personality does your country have?
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The Kenya slum kid who became an unlikely rap sensation and United Nations ambassador
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Law suit filed against Barclays, related to its 'dark pools' of high frequency trading.
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From Brasil, Ben James talks to pundits, reporters and fans from around the world about...
The discovery of an ancient Namibian reef suggests animals evolved sooner than thought
Women turning to prostitution in Liberia; Sarajevo remembers Archduke Ferdinand
Uruguay's Suarez banned for four months; WHO warns of Ebola; Iraqi PM interviewed
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Investigating the role of women in business and society in Japan and China
Brazilian World Cup winner Juninho Paulista gives his thoughts on the tournament so far
Friday 27 June 2014