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11 - 20
Ecuador: Chronicle of a death foretold
The South American country has opened tract of indigenous land, a biodiversity hotspot, to oil drilling.
Last updated: 10 Sep 2013 09:02 GMT
UK horsemeat scandal an act of fraud, say MPs
British parliamentary report calls for prosecutions but states contamination was not as widespread as feared.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2013 23:34 GMT
Mexico volcano ash disrupts US flights
Hundreds of passengers stranded in Mexico City's airport for a second day, as airlines cancel flights.
Last updated: 06 Jul 2013 06:20 GMT
Hundreds flee homes in flooded Welsh city
Officials tell residents in deluged city of St Asaph, north Wales, to evacuate after river reaches record-high level.
Last updated: 27 Nov 2012 20:57 GMT
Deadly storms batter UK
Two people have died and hundreds of homes flooded as environmental officials warn of more rains to come.
Last updated: 26 Nov 2012 00:18 GMT
Another dose of flooding for the UK
Yet another storm brings further flooding woes to parts of the UK.
Last updated: 25 Nov 2012 10:54 GMT
Kay Kay: The Girl from Guangzhou
Kay Kay has been filmed since her birth in 1992 and the resulting film offers an engaging insight into modern China.
Last updated: 08 Nov 2012 12:13 GMT
Shell faces Dutch court over Nigeria spills
Activists and Nigerian plaintiffs hope case will bring "an end to the corporate crimes committed by oil giants".
Last updated: 11 Oct 2012 22:56 GMT
The British Isles on flood alert
Stormy weather is moving across northwest Europe. Parts of the UK have already suffered some flooding with more to come.
Last updated: 27 Sep 2012 08:58 GMT
Fracking: A dehydrated UK, watered only by capitalism
When the UK's water infrastructure is already in severe drought, why is fracking even being considered?
Last updated: 07 May 2012 04:50 GMT
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Rising tide of UK anti-immigrant sentiment
Swathes of the British electorate continue to show discontent with all things European, including immigration.
A glimpse into the universe's oldest galaxies
Astronomers have captured images of primordial galaxies that helped light up the cosmos after the Big Bang.
The photo controversy over indigenous people
Critics assail British photographer's portrayal of indigenous people, but he says he's highlighting their plight.
'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
As Western stars re-release 1980s charity hit, many Africans say it's a demeaning relic that can do more harm than good.
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