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Peter Capaldi On Diversity And Doctor Who: 'It Should Reflect The Times'
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The App Helping Blind People See
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Ramzan Kadyrov: A Timeline Of The Chechen Leader's Rise To Power
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How Boko Haram Brought Terror To Nigeria
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How ISIS Went Global
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The Question Of Biafra Independence Explained
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David Videcette interview
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Interview with Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X
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Anne Frank legacy
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Ducks being force-fed at an 'ethical' foie gras farm
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Scottish Referendum: Two Friends Journey to the Heart of the Independence Debate
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Reflections on time spent with the chaplains of Beachy Head
Newsweek's Cole Moreton spent several days with the chaplains who patrol Beachy Head, talking to and preventing people from taking their own lives. Here he reflects on his experience. 13 Aug 2014, 17:17
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Patrolling the cliffs with the chaplains of Beachy Head
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