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When someone in the armed forces is killed their whole family is affected, and often there are children who must cope with grief too. Thirteen-year-old Aiden O'Donnell, whose father was killed when he was eight, and John Walsh, director of the documentary Toy Soldiers, discuss.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has held talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Andriy Deshchytsia, for the first time since Russia's move into Crimea triggered a diplomatic crisis. General Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff of the US army, discusses.
BBC's Newsround has obtained access to a prison in Kabul, Afghanistan, where children suspected of terrorist crimes are held. The BBC's Nelufar Hedayat reports.
Manufacturing giant Siemens has committed to investing £160m in wind turbine production in the UK, doubling its previous plans. Siemens chief executive Roland Aurich told the Today programme that the UK's commitment to produce 30% of UK energy from renewable sources by 2020 had been a key factor in the company's decision.
Labour is to support a review of the TV licence fee, which could make non-payment a civil rather than criminal offence, shadow culture secretary Harriet Harman has said. Her comments come as MPs are due to discuss plans to give ministers powers to decriminalise non-payment of the TV licence fee.
A new group of Conservative MPs has been set up to campaign for a calm and rational debate on immigration. Mark Field, MP for the Cities of London and Westminster, explains.
Industrial action against Royal Mail cannot be "ruled out" following plans to cut 1,600 jobs, the trade union Unite has said. Brian Scott, Unite's officer for Royal Mail, told the Today programme that although strike action was not currently on the agenda, it "may happen" in future.
The BBC's Nick Robinson discusses Manchester United's current form ahead of their match against Manchester City.
Our correspondent Alastair Leithead is in Kuala Lumpur, where he spoke to the chief executive of Malaysia Airlines, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya.
An activist based in Raqqa, Syria describes the horror of everyday life in the city.
From the leader of the Polar Ocean Challenge, an expedition circumnavigating the Arctic.