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633 2 Apr 2014
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Robert Fox explains what's next for Nato and Tim Forsyth discusses the future of Thai democracy. We also head to the great Moroccan sand wall in Western Sahara and see what's making the business headlines in Iceland.

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632 1 Apr 2014
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Bloomberg's Tim Culpan explains the protests in Taipei and Ivan Carvalho discusses political reforms in Italy. We also analyse the future of the Korean DMZ with John Everard and Sky News's Darren McCaffrey reviews the newspapers.

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631 31 Mar 2014
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Kathleen Burk and Stash Luczkiw analyse US-Russian diplomacy on Ukraine, Tom Burges Watson discusses the French local elections and profiles Paris’s first female mayor, and author Catherine Merridale describes the power of the Kremlin wall in the Russian psyche.

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630 28 Mar 2014
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As the strike by Israeli foreign-ministry staff continues at embassies and consulates around the world, we assess the impact on Israel's diplomatic partners overseas. We also mark 50 years since the military coup in Brazil and leaf through some Nigerian literature.

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629 27 Mar 2014
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Caleb Lauer reports from Turkey where a 10-year-old boy remains in hospital after being hit in the head by a police tear gas canister, a week after a similar incident sparked protests across the country. We also assess the latest privacy debates in France and hear how Nigerian football defined the nation.

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628 26 Mar 2014
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The search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 resumes as anger over the handling of the missing craft continues; we get the latest from our Hong Kong bureau chief. We also assess the stakes at day two of the Arab League summit in Kuwait City and discuss the rise of the Nigerian film industry: Nollywood.

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627 25 Mar 2014
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The search for flight MH370 is suspended due to bad weather but the Malaysian PM concludes that the plane crashed into the southern Indian ocean; we have all the latest news. We also assess the impact of Russia's suspension from the G8 and take a look at the flurry of supercar launches in Dubai.

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626 24 Mar 2014
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The Chinese navy dispatches an icebreaker to the southern Indian ocean as debris is spotted in the search for Malaysian Airlines flight 370. Chinese president Xi Jinping continues his visit to Europe with meeting with G7 leaders in the Hague and we hear from filmmaker Errol Morris on former US Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld.

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625 21 Mar 2014
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Is Egypt's military leader the figure to bring stability to the country’s beleaguered economy? We are live in Cairo. We also look ahead to Sunday's mayoral vote in Paris, which will see a woman elected to lead the French capital for the first time, and Dame Janet Suzman recalls performing ‘Othello’ in apartheid-era South Africa.

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624 20 Mar 2014
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Authorities in Australia claim to have found debris in the Indian Ocean as the search for flight MH370 continues; Aisha Spiers reports. We also hear how Ukraine has started pulling its military personnel out of Crimea as world powers head to the Netherlands to discuss the crisis – and we look back at the Royal Ballet's trip to Cuba in 2009.

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623 19 Mar 2014
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The struggle for Crimea intensifies as a Ukrainian soldier is reportedly shot dead in Simferopol; we weigh up the implications. We also marvel at how Rolls-Royce continues to dominate the luxury car market in Asia and the Middle East and hear how football might be the only common ground between North and South Korea.

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622 18 Mar 2014
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As Russia prepares to accept Crimea's decision to split from Ukraine, we look at the legal ramifications of the move. We also assess whether Libya is descending into chaos and ask how effective ping-pong diplomacy really was in the 1970s.

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