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Wednesday 12 December 2012

An official report on the murder of a prominent lawyer in Northern Ireland at the height of The Troubles has concluded the killing was "furthered and facilitated" by the police, Army and secret services. David Cameron said the family of Pat Finucane had suffered "grievous wrongs", but there hadn't been an "over-arching conspiracy". They've described the report as a "whitewash". Washington says North Korea must face consequences for carrying out a banned rocket launch that put the country's first satellite into orbit. And the "dozenalists" rising up against the "tyranny of ten". Presented by Robin Lustig.


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