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Muslim Brotherhood anger as senior leader arrestedt, "drug rooms" for addicts,
Ken Loach's celluloid love
US ambassador Robert Ford on Syria deputy PM dismissal; bitcoin ATM; R Kelly or R Jelly?
Lyse Doucet reports from a besieged suburb of Damascus; Turkey's iron silk road; up all night in Ghana's churches
Kenya anti-rape petition tops 1m; MEPs in US over spying; Nigeria's first major musical
US spied on Spain, but was blocked by Japan; Russian politics in the run-up to Sochi; UK company accused of abuse in S. African jail.
Velvet Underground’s frontman dies at 71, Iraq rocked by car bombs, Georgia goes to the polls