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Letters from a shrinking globe: around the day in 80 worlds.
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Brussels says these are the most important elections in history but they are being dominated by fear and loathing.
The smog that has cloaked northern Europe is a reminder that air pollution kills 400,000 Europeans every year. It is time to act.
Star economist Jeffrey Sachs says his quest to "end poverty" has been stangled by the selfishness of the 1%.
At Brussels the EU muddles through its response to the Ukraine crisis. But is that enough?
Chris Cummins, FM4
Comedian and former addict Russell Brand calls for a global rethink on the "war on drugs."
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Is justified criticism about "Putin's Olympics" slipping into Russia-bashing?
Brent Stirton/ Human Rights Watch
The most expensive Winter Games in history get underway. Was it money well spent?
Tired of the ice and mud? Time for a bit of winter escapism.
On World Cancer Day, the WHO warns of a "tidal wave" of cancer as governments are urged to invest more in prevention.
Three years ago, a crash at Kitzbühel left Hans Grugger in a coma. Now he is philosophical about the risks of skiing.
For this Saturday's Reality Check Special I sit down with Sigi Grabner who wants to end his glittering 20 year snowboard racing career at the Sochi Olympics.
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A hotly contested film competition at the Kitzbühel Freeride Weeks
Moldova looks west, much to the annoyance of Russia.
Cairo-based rapper Deeb on the political instability in Egypt.
WWF/ Jürgen Freund
Australia, the world's largest per capita emitter of carbon, has been criticised for not to send a minister to climate talks in Warsaw. It`s government seems openly climate sceptical. Why?
In rural Moldova many villages are cut off from running water and forced to use dangerously polluted wells. An Austrian project is trying to make a difference.
A visit down a 200km long wine cellar in Moldova - and a taste of hope for "Europe`s poorest country".
An interview with Rush screenwriter Peter Morgan - the man who fictionalized Blair, the Queen and Idi Amin.
A report suggest dozens of poor migrant workers die every month as Qatar prepares for its World Cup party
Denis Sinyakov / Greenpeace
Greenpeace says their ship the Arctic Sunrise has been "stormed" by Russian agents. An interview with an activist.
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