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With the Costa Concordia disaster dominating the news another problem facing the cruise industry is being forgotten: the disappearance of nearly 200 people from international liners in the last ten years.
It was a bizarre story of international espionage and intrigue; a missing Maltese ship, the Russian Navy, Israeli commandos dressed as Swedish officials, Iranian missiles. But now the real story of the Arctic Sea is finally emerging.
There's a new gang of heroes on the scene in the comic book world; based on the 99 attributes of Allah, these superheroes have their roots in the Arab world, and they're saving the planet, Islam style!
Hundreds of dead lie in a mass grave at the centre of one of the most savage battlefields of WW1. It's a £3 million project to unearth combat graves and return the dignity denied the fallen in 1916.
Malaria kills more than a million people each year. Now the Chinese have developed a drug which has cured an entire island of sufferers. But the Western medical establishment are unconvinced.
Polluters BP and Shell are pioneering the 'cap and trade' system to cut carbon emissions. Yet does it help the environment or is it just a money making tool? Plans are underway to move the system to Australia.
Nuclear energy is being billed as the solution to the world's energy crisis. But how viable a solution is it? We compare different countries' experiences and hear what the experts think.
Should ultra-skinny models be banned? The fashion industry claims it is being unfairly pillaged for the 'size 0' phenomenon. But self regulation has done little to weed out emaciated models.