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Human rights or business in Saudi Arabia? 50 years after the first American astronaut walked in space, two more are out there; the audio trickery behind wildlife films.
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A deal between Congress and the White House on the budget averts a government shutdown; the Syrian family stuck in no man's land at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport; and former Fed Chief, Ben Bernanke, speaks to Newshour.
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China says the US warship which sailed close to islands constructed by Beijing in the South China Sea was "provocative"; the Syrian family refused asylum in Russia now stuck for 40 days in a Moscow airport; and has the British House of Lords voted for their own demise?
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Pakistan and Afghanistan quake; Nawal El Saadawi; Halloween pumpkin or Halloween turnip?
(Photo: Earthquake damage in Ghazni, south-west of Kabul. Credit: BBC Afghan)
Many killed in what Afghan authorities say is the strongest quake in the region in decades; WHO links red/ processed meat with cancer; Gin makes a comeback
(Photo credit: Anas Mallick, who is in Karimabad, less than 200 km from the Afghan border)
Argentina votes for new president; EU meeting on migrants crisis; 1415 and all that