Tianjin Explosions: What Chemicals Were Involved And How Good Was The Response?
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Tianjin Explosions: What Chemicals Were Involved And How Good Was The Response?

A series of massive explosions in Tianjin on August 12, 2015, left 145 people dead.…

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Mido Macia Murder: Police Officers Found Guilty
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Mido Macia Murder: Police Officers Found Guilty

Eight police officers in South Africa have been found guilty of the murder of a…

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Morning Stories | Stephen On Prejudice
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Morning Stories | Stephen On Prejudice

Stephen Bush, Editor of the New Statesman’s Staggers politics blog, says we should be able…

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Another Dead Man Walking | Episode 2 | The Lethal Injection Controversy
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Another Dead Man Walking | Episode 2 | The Lethal Injection Controversy

In the second of five episodes, Ian Woods reports on the lethal injection controversy as…

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Britain’s Welfare Spending And Benefit Payments Broken Down
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Britain’s Welfare Spending And Benefit Payments Broken Down

A look at Britain’s public spending on welfare, the most commonly claimed benefits, and the…

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Hurricane Katrina Response “A Failure Of Government”
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Hurricane Katrina Response “A Failure Of Government”

Dr Ryan Streeter, former Policy Advisor to President Bush at the time of Hurricane Katrina,…

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UNHCR: “Refugees Are Not To Be Feared”
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UNHCR: “Refugees Are Not To Be Feared”

“Refugees are not to be feared; refugees are fleeing fear” UNHCR spokesperson for Central Europe…

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How A Berlin Emergency Shelter Is Coping With Refugees
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How A Berlin Emergency Shelter Is Coping With Refugees

At a an emergency shelter in Berlin, Mark Stone finds out how disabled and vulnerable…

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Serbian Refugee Spokesman: “Fences Do Not Work”
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Serbian Refugee Spokesman: “Fences Do Not Work”

Serbia’s Ivan Mišković: “It is impossible to stop desperate refugees from war-torn countries. Fences do…

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How One Syrian Refugee Travelled To Berlin
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How One Syrian Refugee Travelled To Berlin

Syrian refugee Bashir tells Sky’s Mark Stone how he travelled to Berlin, and why his…

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