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The extraordinary tale of the Egyptian mother who lived as a man

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Erdogan: 'Turkey may provide logistical support to Saudi-led operation in Yemen'

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Singularity University: Plotting a high-tech future for humans?

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Sound Bites: Eating on tour with Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos

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Video: A wind of freedom blowing in Kuwait

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Daniel Pipes: 'Obama has quite a hostility towards Israel'

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When haute couture becomes ready-to-wear for Alaïa, Jarrar and Kayrouz

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Oil prices fall after supply fears subside

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Latest update : 2011-11-10

The end of the FARC?

Colombia's FARC rebels have been at war with the government for nearly five decades but they suffered a major loss this week when their leader, Alfonso Cano, was shot dead by the army. Also, as the presidential elections draw nearer in the US, Barack Obama courts the black vote, but is it enough to get him re-elected? Finally, war veterans join the movement against corporate greed but protests turn violent in Oakland, California.

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2015-03-25 Republicans (USA)

US presidential election: Who looks set to run in 2016?

This week, Ted Cruz announces he's running for US president. We look at his chances of winning the Republican nomination and who else could be in the running. Next, in Argentina,...

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2015-03-19 Dilma Rousseff

Brazil: Dilma Rousseff faces anger on the streets

Brazil's president Dilma Rouseff is under pressure after hundreds of thousands of Brazilians take to the streets over a corruption scandal. Next, our correspondent takes us to...

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2015-03-11 oil

Corruption in Brazil: Ruling party faces Petrobras scandal

This week, there's trouble at the top for Brazil's ruling party, which is accused of taking 200 million dollars' worth of kickbacks in return for huge contracts with the...

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2015-03-04 Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu's speech to Congress divides Washington

This week, Benjamin Netanyahu gets a series of standing ovations in the US Congress, but his speech there angers the Obama administration.

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2015-02-26 immigration

USA: Congressional standoff over immigration

This week, another federal shutdown looms in Washington, and this time it could have a very real impact on national security - we tell you more. Next, could one man really be...

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