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On this week's show: Did Uighur terrorism strike at the heart of Beijing? Is 14 too young to be married in Gaza? And: Is all that glitters really gold in Argentina's soy rush? We also venture beyond the final frontier - to deep space, Mars, and beyond.

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Terrorism in Tiananmen

Five people were killed this week in a car crash in Tiananmen Square. Is the Chinese government inventing Uighur terrorist attacks? Alim Seytoff, spokesperson for the World Uighur Congress, believes so.

Interview: Emma Wallis and Neil King

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Child marriage in Gaza

Is 14 too young to be married in Gaza? Not if you come from a poor family, and the marriage might help you economically. But campaigners believe the practice impedes child development and want it banned.

Report: Marijke Peters

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A risky business?

Soy has become the new gold rush in Argentina, accounting for 25 percent of the country's exports. But while many are happy, some worry the country is paying too high a price, at the expense of the environment and people's health.

Report: Eilís O'Neill

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Mission to Mars

The final frontier, establishing life on Mars, is about to become a reality. A commercial project is underway to send the first manned missions to the red planet in 2022. Stephan Günther is one of the hopeful neo-Martians.

Interview: Emma Wallis and Neil King

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Space funeral

Some people are so fascinated by deep space that they ask for a space funeral, so they can blast off and come back as a shooting star. Rocky Larocque asked his daughter Holly to arrange just that - and it proved an adventure for Holly, too.

Report: Sian Griffiths

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