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Why is Homer’s Greek epic The Iliad still popular in Nigerian, Inuit and Maori cultures? [ Bbc.in Link ]

The Iliad: Beauty, Brutes and Battles, The Forum - BBC World Service

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What is it about Korean wave pop music and TV drama that have made them so popular in countries around the world? [ Bbc.in Link ]

Korea: Two Countries, One Past, The Forum - BBC World Service

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Many older Korean still long for reunification between the North and South. But today the younger generation in South Korea are less keen - mainly because of economic concerns. [ Bbc.in Link ]

Korea: Two Countries, One Past, The Forum - BBC World Service

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Many Korean families were divided when the country split into North and South Korea - and have not been able to see each other for over 60 years. [ Bbc.in Link ]

Korea: Two Countries, One Past, The Forum - BBC World Service

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The Korean alphabet, or Hangul, was created in the 15th century. It was designed specifically to allow people with little education to read their own language, explains Eleanor Soo-ah Hyun, curator of Korean collections at the British Museum. [ Bbc.in Link ]

How long would it take you to learn the Korean alphabet?, Korea: Two...

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It was set up as an organisation that would ‘establish a world-wide rule of reason’. Has the UN lived up to the promise? Latest podcast here: [ Bbc.in Link ]

The Forum - Downloads - BBC World Service

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What works better: peace-keeping or trying to prevent wars by making people understand each other more? [ Bbc.in Link ]

Unpicking the UN, The Forum - BBC World Service

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Who is the largest contributor to the UN budget? The answer might surprise you. [ Bbc.in Link ]

Unpicking the UN, The Forum - BBC World Service

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What makes an effective Secretary-General of the United Nations? Listen to an insider’s view. [ Bbc.in Link ]

Unpicking the UN, The Forum - BBC World Service

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In Rwanda, drones are helping transfer blood samples and saving lives says Marke ‘Hoot’ Gibson from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA ). [ Bbc.in Link ]

Drones and their Impact on the World, The Forum - BBC World Service

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By 2020, there may be around 7 million non-military drones in the skies about America, says Marke ‘Hoot’ Gibson from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). [ Bbc.in Link ]

Drones and their Impact on the World, The Forum - BBC World Service

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Not all bad! Drones in Africa can help farmers detect whether their crops are healthy, says Namibian engineer Michael Nauta. [ Bbc.in Link ]

Drones and their Impact on the World, The Forum - BBC World Service

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Are drones a moral hazard? They can be effective in combat situations but can also mean a state uses force when it may otherwise not, says Sarah Kreps, an Associate Professor of Government at Cornell University. [ Bbc.in Link ]

Drones and their Impact on the World, The Forum - BBC World Service

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