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World Review 2005

> World Review 2005 on BBC News 24 at 2006-01-06 03:30:00
9/9. The State in Question: Economic booms in China and India have benefited many people, but left many more trailing in the poverty gap. What are the authorities doing to help their millions in need?

> World Review 2005 on BBC News 24 at 2006-01-05 03:30:00
8/9. Faith and Identity: Robert Pigott asks, can the Anglican communion avoid schism over homosexuality? Plus Frances Harrison looks at martyrdom in Iran and Daniel Sandford reports from Rome.

> World Review 2005 on BBC News 24 at 2006-01-04 03:30:00
7/9. Gaza: The Road Ahead. Israeli settlers left Gaza under intense media scrutiny earlier this year. What's life like for the Palestinians and the settlers in the West Bank?

> World Review 2005 on BBC News 24 at 2006-01-03 03:30:00
6/9. Views of Iraq: Jim Muir asks key figures when they think Iraq will be able to manage without foreign forces. Adam Brookes reports on Washington, and Salam Pax gives insight into life in Baghdad.

> World Review 2005 on BBC News 24 at 2006-01-03 00:30:00
3/9. Welcome to America: It's a nation of immigrants, but US immigration policy is under fire as the number of people entering the country illegally keeps rising. Matt Frei investigates.

> World Review 2005 on BBC News 24 at 2006-01-02 19:30:00
8/9. Faith and Identity: Robert Pigott asks, can the Anglican communion avoid schism over homosexuality? Plus Frances Harrison looks at martyrdom in Iran and Daniel Sandford reports from Rome.

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