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(1 day ago) TODAY'S PROGRAMME. 08:10 PM demands action on knife crime. The prime minister is meeting police chiefs to discuss whether youths should be prosecuted for a first knife offence. Ken Jones, the president of ACPO, calls for a tougher stance. RELATED …

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BBC News | UK

(2 days ago) The BBC's Damian Grammaticas joins the UK Marines on one of their final Afghan missions before returning home. Facing up to life with HIV. One year after he was diagnosed HIV positive, a gay man tells BBC News Online about the challenges of living with the virus. FEATURES FILE.

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BBC News | EUROPE

(1 day ago) Europe news The latest headlines direct to your inbox Lapland Eurocity Finnish and Swedish twin towns plan to reunite Anti-Jewish explosion Siberian booby-trapped sign injures two. Latest news bulletin: Latest sports bulletin: Europe Today: News and debates in 15 European languages >>

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(2 days ago) Sep 06, 2008  · Sep 06, 2008  · The only free country in the world is the United States, and the only reason we ever go to war is to protect that freedom. All this has become so deeply instilled as to now be reflexive. It represents many of the worst traits in American culture and a few of the best. And that has every thinking person here in the US, except perhaps John McCain ...

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BBC News | AFRICA

(2 days ago) BBC News Online's Paul Reynolds examines the African Union which is intended to introduce people-power to the OAU. Winnie: From 'mother' to 'mugger'. The former wife of Nelson Mandela still remains a charismatic but controversial public figure in South Africa despite being on trial for fraud. Sierra Leone TRC to begin work.

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Today - BBC News

(2 days ago) Sep 12, 2008  · Today Weekdays 6-9am and Saturdays 7-9am. BBC News. Today. Listen again. Best of Today. About Today. How to listen to Today. Contact Today. News Feeds; Radio 4 Home; The World at One; PM; The World Tonight; Broadcasting House; BBC News; Page last updated at 07:38 GMT, Friday, 12 September 2008 08:38 UK. E-mail this to a friend

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BBC ON THIS DAY - BBC News

(1 day ago) 12 January 1976. Crime writer Agatha Christie dies. 28 January 1986. Seven dead in space shuttle disaster. 13 March 1996. Massacre in Dunblane school gym.

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BBC News - Today - The man who refused to die

(1 day ago) Feb 25, 2010  · The man who refused to die. By Allan Little. Today programme. They came to think of themselves as the forgotten army - the men who endured years of suffering in Japanese Prisoner of War Camps during World War II. Yet many of the survivors, when they came back, never spoke of what they had seen and suffered. Now, one survivor of the camps has ...

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BBC News - Today - Today: Monday 4th January

(1 day ago) Jan 04, 2010  · Today: Monday 4th January. PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to offer transcripts for our programme interviews. Today is broadcast live and the running order is subject to change. New evidence has emerged that computer software faults could have caused a Chinook helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre in 1994, which killed 29 people.

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BBC News - Today - Today: Thursday 31st May

(2 days ago) May 31, 2012  · Today: Thursday 31st May. Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt will face questions at the Leveson Inquiry today about his handling of News Corporation's bid for BSkyB. David Cameron's former head of communications, Andy Coulson, has been charged with perjury. And also on Today's programme, a rare interview with the abstract painter Sir Howard Hodgkin.

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BBC News - Today - Today: Thursday 12th July

(2 days ago) Jul 12, 2012  · The think-tank Centre for Cities has found a direct correlation between poor infrastructure and skills in 1901 and the health of a city's economy today. The BBC's Chris Buckler has visited Preston to examine why some cities work and others don't. 0727 Sports news with Jonathan Legard.

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BBC News - Today - Today: Friday 18th March

(1 day ago) Mar 18, 2011  · Mar 18, 2011  · David Gilmour, author of the Pursuit of Italy and Carlo Ungaro, former Italian diplomat, discuss how unified Italy is today. 0824 Sport news with Rob Bonnet. 0832 David Cameron has used a speech to criticise top civil servants as enemies of enterprise. Times columnist Philip Collins, a former advisor to Tony Blair, and Sir Richard Mottram ...

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BBC News - As it happened: Egypt unrest on Friday

(2 days ago) 0000 That's the end of today's live coverage of the situation in Egypt. Judging by the latest scenes from the country's streets, the political crisis shows little sign of abating, and we'll be bringing you regular news updates throughout the night. Thanks for following the latest events with BBC news online.

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Kent - BBC News

(1 day ago) Dec 20, 2012  · Dec 20, 2012  · BBC Radio Kent. 96.7FM, 104.2FM, 97.6FM & DAB. Listen live. to BBC Radio Kent on iPlayer. Listen Again. to BBC Radio Kent on iPlayer. Today's schedule. Programmes A-Z.

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BBC News - Today - Today: Monday 24th May

(2 days ago) May 24, 2010  · May 24, 2010  · 0826 Sports news with Rob Bonnet. 0835 The General Medical Council will announce today whether it is to strike Dr Andrew Wakefield off the medical register. GP Dr Mike Fitzpatrick comments on Dr Wakefield's suggestion of a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. 0842 The business news with Adam Shaw.

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BBC News - Today - Lovelock: 'We can't save the planet'

(2 days ago) Mar 30, 2010  · Mar 30, 2010  · Professor James Lovelock, the scientist who developed Gaia theory, has said it is too late to try and save the planet. The man who achieved global fame for his theory that the whole earth is a single organism now believes that we can only hope that the earth will take care of itself in the face of completely unpredictable climate change.

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BBC News - Today - Predicting the Premiership

(1 day ago) May 08, 2010  · May 08, 2010  · Predicting the Premiership. Prof David Spiegelhalter. Cambridge University. This year's Premier League has been dubbed "the most unpredictable ever". With the final round of games taking place tomorrow, one of the country's most distinguished statisticians outlines his method of predicting results. Predicting the future is difficult.

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BBC News | EUROPE | The quakes that shook Turkey: Special ...

(2 days ago) The quakes that shook Turkey: Special report. Two devastating earthquakes hit Turkey within the space of less than three months during 1999. The first - with its epicentre at Izmit in Turkey's heavily populated northwest - struck at 0302 hours local time on 17 August. It …

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BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Accounts from inside Burma

(2 days ago) Sep 29, 2007  · Today the city is quiet and people go to work as normal. There are lots of rumours, but for the time being everything is calm. People are anxious to see what's going to happen. According to the government's warnings, today could be a big day. China is key. The US have announced new sanctions, but this is nothing.

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BBC News | AFRICA | Biafra: Thirty years on

(1 day ago) Jan 13, 2000  · Today, Mrs Adinamadu thinks that equitable distribution of resources will encourage the Ibo of eastern Nigeria to believe in the future of the country. "And if the easterners are treated fairly, and other parts of Nigeria too, and you see an equitable handling or distribution of what is available, and then of course working to develop and to ...

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