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UN: We're monitoring the fate of evacuees; Shirley Temple the diplomat, sharing your name with a drug-dealer
Newshour’s Lyse Doucet in Homs, China and Taiwan strengthen links and a conference discussing "the global crisis" in the wildlife trade
We hear from the city of Homs; the end of Australia's car industry and have we discovered the oldest star in universe?
EU regrets Swiss immigration vote; US gay marriage; the sound of Gravity
Mob violence in CAR; music from thoughts; the changing flavour of NY's Chinatown
Aid vehicles retreat from Homs under fire; Spanish princess grilled by judge; Copenhagen giraffe for the chop.