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Radio 1's Newsbeat script Radio 4 Tony Blair has said remarkable progress is being made in Afghanistan - and Britain is committed to supporting the country. Mr Blair said the people of Afghanistan deserved to live in a proper democratic state.
Human Rights Watch said, among other things, key evidence hadn't been disclosed to the defence in advance. Dozens of Palestinians have converged on a house which they believe is under threat from Israeli warplanes. This is the second time in recent days civilians have been urged to act as human shields at the homes of militants in Gaza.
On Saturday, Israel called off a planned air strike. The American technical stock exchange, Nasdaq, has launched a takeover bid for the London Stock Exchange.
Nasdaq is trying to challenge the dominance of its main rival, the New York Stock Exchange. Health unions have criticised proposals for NHS hospitals to be able to advertise for patients. The Department of Health has warned trusts not to spend too much on marketing their services.
They say they're angry that the impact of the oil giant's work on the environment - and also the way they believe it treats people in third world countries. Back to top Radio Five Live Tony Blair has said remarkable progress is being made in Afghanistan - and Britain is committed to supporting the country.
At a news conference, Mr Blair said the people of Afghanistan deserved to live in a proper democratic state. He gave this pledge: Alexander Litvinenko, an outspoken critic of President Putin, was taken ill after meeting a contact at a sushi bar.
The 36 year old officer was responding to a call when the accident happened. From the town of Beit Lahiya, here's Alan Johnston.
The alarm was raised when they failed to turn up at a meeting point. Environmental protesters are blockading one of the main Shell petrol stations in Birmingham.
They say they're angry that the impact of the oil giant's work on the environment - and also the way it treats people in third world countries. In the city, the one hundred share index is down 33 at Radio 1 Newsbeat A former Russian secret agent's critically ill after claims he was poisoned An ex-Russian spy's under police guard in hospital after claims his government's tried to kill him in a London restaurant.
It's thought Alexander Litvinenko's was poisoned with a chemical called thalium. He'd met a contact to try and expose who murdered a reporter who'd heavily criticised the Russian President Vladamir Putin. Alexander Goldfarb's his friend. He spent an hour and a half talking to soldiers at the main British camp in Helmand province.
The government's putting more money into a pupil mentoring scheme in schools to try to stop bullying. It comes as a new report says thousand children are skipping classes every day because of bullying It's thought may have been caught in an avalanche.
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