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Defense lawyer say Hissene Habre had the power of life and death over his people

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Can She Fix It? Merkel and the Refugee Crisis (part 2)

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Can She Fix It? Merkel and the Refugee Crisis (part 1)

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Arab Spring's unfulfilled promises

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'Vinyl': Jagger and Scorsese's TV drama on sex, drugs and rock'n'roll

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"The trial of a Liar"

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Bert Koenders: ‘We cannot solve the refugee crisis by closing borders’

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UK in the EU: are proposed reforms enough?

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"Identity Crisis for New Hampshire?"

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Rock star of the stage

It's pure, loud and lurid theatre. Rising director Radoslaw Rychcik talks about his latest performance, "In the Solitude Cotton Fields". Also, a year after Japan's earthquake and tsunami, a documentary shows lives in limbo close to Fukushima power plant.

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2016-02-08 music

'Vinyl': Jagger and Scorsese's TV drama on sex, drugs and rock'n'roll

Mick Jagger meets Martin Scorsese for a new TV series exploring the world of sex drugs and rock'n'roll in the '70s music industry. Also, superstar Kanye West releases his eighth...

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2016-02-05 culture

Phil Collins remastered

He's sold 250 million records both as a solo artist and as the frontman with Genesis. Phil Collins has won seven Grammys, two Golden Globes, and an Oscar for writing and...

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2016-02-04 culture

Changes afoot at the Paris Opera Ballet company

Artistic director Benjamin Millepied is to step down from the Paris Opera Ballet company after just two years in the role. The dancer and choreographer is said to have been...

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2016-02-03 culture

Film show: 'Steve Jobs', 'Anomalisa' and 'Chocolat'

Film critic Lisa Nesselson brings us a glowing review of Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin's biopic of the Apple founder, Steve Jobs. We also see how "Anomalisa" manages to bring a...

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2016-02-02 culture

Steve Toltz tackles fear, hope and survival in ‘Quicksand’

Australian author Steve Toltz joins us to talk about his novel "Quicksand", an irreverent take on friendship, failure and the everyday absurdities of life in the 21st century....

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