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25/01/2013

As the Foreign Office tells British citizens to leave Benghazi, a resident talks about the political tensions in the Libyan city . The US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta may have lifted the military's ban on women in combat roles, but the services will have until 2016 to make a case for some positions staying closed. Two women involved in the military talk about the pros and cons of female soldiers on the front line. Also the great Harry Belafonte looks at a life of art, race and defiance in his new book "My Song".

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Fri 25 Jan 2013 01:00