13 Nov 2014
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13 November 2014
We discuss foreign sources of terrorism funding and look at a legal case against Shell in Nigeria. We also consider the future of smart weapons, review the Asian newspapers and talk to author Colin Jones about his book The Smile Revolution.
13 November 2014
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