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Extreme wildlife cameraman

Doug Allan likes to get close to wild animals - often in the most inhospitable conditions. An award winning wildlife cameraman, he's known for his expertise in filming underwater and in extreme cold.
Cameraman Doug Allan has filmed in the Arctic and the Antarctic
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because of ' k21 news channel karachi pakistan ' and ' world bank security officers security guards world bank army world bank navy world bank airforce world bank police world bank rangers 
i killed several human beings 1 princess diana of wales england killed with my sarin gas poison to kill 2 king abdullah 
king fahd saudi arabia was killed by my sarin gas poison to kill 3 israel president ariel sharon was killed with my sarin gas 
poison to kill 4 israel religious leader yosef ovadia was killed with tsar thermonuclear warhead uranium plutonium bombs 100
 megatons 5 dubai royal prince rashid bin al makhdoom and his family killed by sarin gas poison to kill 6 england wales royal 
family all members killed by my sarin gas poison to kill gas and tsar thermonuclear warhead uranium plutonium bombs 1000 megatons
 7 united states of america presidents barack obama and his family killed sarin gas poison to kill gas george bush and his family
 killed sarin gas bill william clinton hillary clinton and their family killed by sarin gas poison to kill gas 8 hahahaha 
9 hahahaha 10 jordan royal family queen rania king abdullah and their family was killed sarin gas hahahha
 11 everywhere in the planet earth all the ever known royal families were killed murdered i killed every country of planet 
earth atleast 2 thousand million human beings with sarin gas poison to kill human beings bombs and tsar thermonuclear warhead 
uranium plutonium bombs i killed every country on planet earth all army navy airforce police rangers coast guards elite force 
swat secret service central intelligence agency pentagon kremlin mi5 mi6 israeli ministry of defence north atlantic treaty 
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 custom police scotland yard police new scotland yard police airports police world bank security world bank employees all international criminal court judges lawyers killed all international court of justice judges lawyers and their family killed all country supreme court judges lawyers officers killed all country high court judges lawyers killed all country city courts judges lawyers killed all federal bureau of investigations directors officers killed all cid criminal investigations division officers killed and their families relatives killed murdered hahahaha i killed with sarin gas poison to kill human beings and tsar thermonuclear warhead uranium plutonium antimatter californium trinium 10000 megatons bombs missiles rockets b1 bomber bombs i killed all country of planet earth all royal families were killed all forbes list of richest people of the world killed all country political leaders killed all country religious leaders and all these people families also killed hahaha
i killed with tsar thermonuclear warhead uranium plutonium 1000 megatons bombs and sarin gas poison to kill bombs 1000 megatons bombs pope francis and pope francis family killed pope benedict and pope benedict family killed pope john and pope john family killed and every country all government officials and their family killed hahaha
i killed with tsar thermonuclear warhead uranium plutonium 1000 megatons bombs and sarin gas poison to kill bombs 1000 megatons bombs i killed all imam of kaaba sheikh abdur rahman as sudais shaikh khalid al ghamdi sheikh ash shuraim and their families were killed hahaha every country all masjids madrasa alim mufti shaikhul hadees hafiz students were killed and some who are alive their penis testicles vagina were chopped away and lions had eaten them yum yum for the lions hahaha
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60 years of Guinness World Records

Who's the fastest-ever 100m sprinter? http://bbc.in/1K8nnBo
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He is the best big up u self Bolt to the world 😀 foreal 
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India's wealth gap

300 million of the world’s poorest people live in India. Does the Modi government need to do more to close the widening wealth gap?
India's wealth gap is growing. Does the Modi government need to do more to stop it?
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'Brown and proud'

It's 1970 - Mexican-American civil rights leader Rosalio Munez relives the day that Chicanos and Latinos took a stand against the Vietnam War.
On 29th August 1970, 30,000 Mexican-Americans marched against the Vietnam war.
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Abracadabra!

Are we too technologically-advanced for magic to cast a spell on us, or is there a significant place for the enchantment it can generate?
The art - and science - of magic and its place in the world today.
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I would suggest anyone to read some of Thomas Frazer's 'The Golden Bough' and ruminate further on the subject. It's all subjective and instinctual. It like to use the analogy of television or radio, some people only get the regular stations others have cable channels or FM. It seems to depend on your upbringing.
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The Naked Diplomat

"You would not believe how furious diplomats get about the Ferrero Rocher gag" - insights into the world of modern diplomacy.
After four years as a British ambassador, Tom Fletcher hates the idea of diplomats as stuck-up mandarins, and goes out of his way to prove it wrong.
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Blood test to detect cancer relapse

A blood test may be able to save lives by finding cancers that have started to grow again after treatment. Kat Arney from Cancer Research UK explains what this discovery means.
A blood test may be able to save lives by finding cancers that have started to grow again
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Swimming the Big Blue

Meet Ben Hooper, the man who's swimming from Senegal to Brazil in a bid to become the first person to swim the Atlantic Ocean. More people have landed on the moon then swum an entire ocean.
Meet the man who's swimming from Senegal to Brazil.
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Geez you have to do big things to get your 15 minutes of fame these days 
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What makes a gripping soap opera?

"We try and spread the villainy across the sexes" - a television script writer from Neighbours and an Indian soap opera star on thrilling audiences with sensational storylines and villainous characters.
What it's like to work on soap operas in India and Australia, on and off set.
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'Gripping'
'Soap opera'

An complete oxymoron surely?

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Finding the Lost Children of the Holocaust

Following the end of the WW2, the BBC began a special radio appeal on behalf of a group of 12 children who had survived the Holocaust but were now orphans.

Five of those children are still alive today, and four of them were well enough to tell their stories of courage and humanity.
The search for a group of child holocaust-survivors
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Virtual Reality in the Classroom

Leaning about the solar system by travelling through it... virtually.
Ed Butler tries out the virtual reality apps that could revolutionise education.
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Underground future ?
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One man's journey from Syria to Britain

Almost 160,000 people have landed on the shores of Greece since January. Many of them are Syrians escaping the war. One young man from Aleppo told his story, and how he travelled on to Britain to claim asylum.
A Syrian refugee talks about what he did to find a new life away from war-torn Aleppo.
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Yes! These are refugees at Calais not migrants!
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