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'Aids cure' scam uncovered (Paul Mason)
Afghan aid and troops pledge - what it means (Mark Urban)
Afghanistan - with the UK troops (Alistair Leithead)
Afghan youths' hopes for future (Martin Bell)
Alive in Baghdad (Isam Rasheed)
Baghdad blogger - fears Iraq is being lost (Salam Pax)
Baghdad blogger - how to make a buck in Iraq (Salam Pax)
Baghdad blogger - Iraq's constitution (Salam Pax)
Baghdad blogger - Saddam's trial (Salam Pax)
Battle over Jo'burg crime (John Simpson)
Bogota's transport solutions (Stephen Smith)
British troops in Basra (Mark Urban)
China building boom backlash (Quentin Sommerville)
China's commitment to a new green vision (Quentin Sommerville)
China's economic boom (Will Hutton)
China's great firewall (Paul Mason)
Creative industries head east (Sumant Bhatia)
Colombian conflict risk to indigenous Indian tribe (Phil Rees)
Concern for Khmer Rouge trials (Andrew Harding)
Following the Cocaine trail (Peter Marshall )
Former Russian spy Makarov on hunger strike (Tim Samuels)
Geek Week 2.0: Integration (Paul Mason)
General assesses Afghan war (Alastair Leithead)
George W Bush - Newsnight special (Gavin Esler)
Guantanamo Bay's violent history revealed (Peter Marshall)
Guantanamo suicide row (Peter Marshall)
German citizenship test causes uproar (David Sells)
Inside Latin America - Argentina's film industry (Gavin Esler)
Iran's internal political battles (Tim Whewell)
Iran's surprise role in Iraq ( Mark Urban)
Iraq - UK troops in Basra (Mark Urban)
Iraq-Iran border policing (Mark Urban)
Iraq's missing reconstruction money (Peter Marshall)
Israel's revolutionary water project (Jon Leyne)
Alive in Baghdad (Isam Rasheed)
Janjaweed fighter in UK (Tim Whewell)
Kenya corruption scandal alleged (Fergal Keane)
Litvinenko dossier uncovered (Tim Whewell)
Litvinenko polonium trail followed across London (Susan Watts)
Lebanon on brink of internal conflict (Tim Whewell)
Middle East - what chance peace? (Mark Urban)
Nepal government's trouble with Maoist rebels (Sue Lloyd-Roberts)
Niger link to Iraq WMD dismissed (Peter Marshall)
Nigeria oil gangs threaten unity (Paul Mason)
N Korea- businessmen unlock financial potential (Andrew Harding)
Panama plans canal expansion (John Moylan)
People's Mujahadeen (Tim Whewell)
Privacy bodies back Google (Paul Mason)
Prudence Radebe - part one (Barnaby Phillips)
Prudence Radebe - part two (Barnaby Phillips)
Prudence Radebe - part three (Barnaby Phillips)
Prudence Radebe - part four (Barnaby Phillips)
Rumsfeld resignation calls over Haditha (Peter Marshall)
Russia's gay pride parade (Damian Grammaticas)
Saddam's ear amputees (Becky Milligan)
Saddam's life and death (Salam Pax )
Sierra Leone in health crisis (Julia MacKenzie)
Swedish train gets biogas boost (Tim Franks)
Tsunami funds still in banks (Meirion Jones )
UN troops in Haiti sex abuse row (Mike Williams)
Unicef report special
US car employees paid not to work (Jeremy Cooke)
US foreign policy after Iraq invasion (Mark Urban)
US 'may be guilty of war crimes' - Mora (Peter Marshall)
US soldiers turn against Iraq war (Inigo Gilmore)
US troops accused over Iraq massacre (Peter Marshall)
'Vulture fund' threat to Zambia (Greg Palast)
Yemen - using Islam to fight terror (Tim Whewell)

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