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20/05/2014

Questions are raised why Abu Hamza was found guilty in New York not London for terror offences . Former Attorney General , Lord Goldsmith tells Martha Kearney "it didn't ultimately matter" where he received justice.We report from Belgrade and Sarajevo on the biblical flooding which has left 500,000 homeless and devastated agriculture in the region. Green Party leader , Natalie Bennett paints an optimistic picture for its chances in Thursday's elections. And do girls have a place in the world of football , after the Premier League lets off Richard Scudamore?

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