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Wednesday 23 November 2011

Demonstrators continue in Cairo's Tahrir Square, after rejecting a government offer for early presidential elections next year. The Muslim Brotherhood, banned under the previous government, has accepted the offer. We'll speak to Muslim Brotherhood supporters.

An independent inquiry in Bahrain says the authorities used torture to suppress pro-democracy protests.

In the UK, the government has announced a plan to tackle the problem of older men grooming teenage girls for sex.

On The World Tonight, with Robin Lustig.


D-Day Reports

Benedict Cumberbatch

Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Stewart and Toby Jones read the BBC's D-Day news reports.


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