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Is your son or daughter fighting in a war?

Kevin Anderson | 16:15 UK time, Wednesday, 9 August 2006

Jimmy KatumbaFighting in Afghanistan, Iraq and now in Lebanon and Israel dominate the headlines, but there are also smaller conflicts around the world. In 2004, the BBC did a programme called One Day of War, and the editor said that he had to choose which fighters in 70 conflicts around the world to choose for a 90-minute documentary.

We've had several suggestions over the last few days on topics, and Jefferson in Zimbabwe sent us this one:

Thanks for enlightening progs. I really do enjoy the interactive nature and the research that you guys put in. I have one request. I would like you to run a programme if possible, interview the mothers,etc of soldiers that have their sons or daughters at the battlefront. I know that you guys would find a suitable angle to my suggestion.

Thanks Jefferson. Do you have a son or daughter fighting in a war? Get in touch. Leave a comment or send us an e-mail, and be sure to leave us a phone number where we can call you. Hopefully, we can do this programme soon.

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