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What are you talking about?

Kevin Anderson | 11:24 UK time, Monday, 12 June 2006

As I wrote on Friday, we're going to have a US Senate candidate, Pete Ashdown in Utah, on today. Why? He's trying to use a blog and a wiki to allow his supporters to shape his campaign. We'll have him on today. This is your chance to discuss the issues with someone who could be sitting in the US Senate.

But lots of other things are going on today. There is of course, the World Cup. Have a look at our sister programme, World Cup Have Your Say. But apart from footie, there is the suicide of three detainees at the United States detention camp at Guantanamo Bay.

Also, after Israel shelled a beach in Gaza, the military wing of Hamas has declared an end to ceasefire that began in February 2005. On the BBC News website, there is a discussion about whether Hamas should end the ceasefire.


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