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Richard Bowen | 11:34 UK time, Wednesday, 5 July 2006

Tonight we'll be looking at a story in France involving the organisation, Reseau Education Sans Frontiere. They're campaigning for the children of illegal immigrants to be sponsored by French families. You can read more about this group here.

The North Korea's been testing their missiles, and this hasn't gone down well with the international community. We've recently done a big North Korea special on WHYS so we may not re-visit this today but here's the latest.


...Joseph Kony has been offered amnesty by the Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni if peace talks next week are successful. What do you make of this? Can this agreement bring peace in the region or does Kony deserve to be punished?

Following on from Jockey Kieren Fallon being charged with conspiracy to defraud, the top Australian Jockey, Chris Munce, has been arrested in Hong Kong for allegedly providing tips to book-makers. Is one of the worlds most popular sports institutionally corrupt? Do you trust horse racing?

Tanzanian speaker Samuel Sitta sent out a number of MPs from the house for dressing improperly. This seems to have got Tanzanians going, we'll hopefully have more for you on this later.

If you've got anything to say about these stories or any suggestions on what you think we should be talking about, let us know.


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