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Greece's Choice: Europe holds its breath over Sunday's referendum

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Jordan: Where a rapist can marry his victim

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One year after Gaza war, residents still struggling to survive

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Latest update : 2013-01-09

Turkish state censorship lifted (but only in part)

Ankara has just lifted a ban on some 500 books considered to be either contrary to Kemalist principles or opposed to state interests. The decision coincides with attempts to reconcile Turkish and European laws to aid Turkey’s application for EU membership. This reform only covers a tiny proportion of some 20,000 blacklisted publications and Turkish publishers and the press are far from appeased. Turkey is considered to be among the countries where freedom of expression is under greatest threat.

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2015-07-03 China

Discovering China's answer to Silicon Valley

China is aiming to reduce its reliance on manufacturing and become a world leader in technological innovation. In less than five years, the Beijing district of Zhongguancun has...

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2015-07-02 Nigeria

Millions affected by Boko Haram's mass violence

Today we meet some of the women left on their own after their husbands and sons were killed by Boko Haram in Nigeria. It's estimated that the insurgency there has killed at least...

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2015-07-01 Israel

Golan Heights' Druze minority urges action across border in Syria

A nightmare scenario is unfolding before the eyes of the Golan Heights' Druze community. Just across the border, in Syria, Islamists from the al-Nusra front are advancing towards...

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2015-06-30 Turkey

Bodrum, an illegal gateway into Europe

The Turkish seaside resort of Bodrum is located on the Aegean coast, just 10 kilometres from the Greek island of Kos. It's become one of the most popular illegal gateways into...

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2015-06-29 environment

Chimpanzees suffer collateral damage from increased poaching

In Uganda's Kibale National Park, a French team from the National Museum of Natural History is studying primates. But its remit also extends to protection, as the endangered...

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