07/03/2014

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The head of the Independent Police Complaints Commission tells the World Tonight many police officers are less than helpful to investigations into allegations of wrongdoing. Dame Anne Owers said some behave like sulky teenagers. The Metropolitan Police has promised to win back public support after a report which severely criticised the Stephen Lawrence investigation and the inquiry into it.

As President Putin again refuses to talk to the Government in Ukraine and the West struggles to speak with a coherent voice, we ask whether International Law is worth the paper it is written on.

Anne Soy reports from a drought struck area in Kenya, where vast reserves of water have been discovered underground. But despite promises, not much of it has yet been seen on the surface.

And a six-year-old boy has found a rather important frog in his family swimming pool in Colombia. Scientists believe it may be a previously undiscovered species.

With David Eades.

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Fri 7 Mar 2014 22:00
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