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22/07/2010 (1300 GMT)

55 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 22 July 2010

Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.


10 items
  • Kosovo independence

    Arber Vllahui is at the International Court of Justice in The Hague awaiting a decision on the country's validity.

  • Kosovo independence

    Mark Lowen reports from Serbia’s capital Belgrade on how the decision may be received there.

  • Kosovo independence

    Professor Philippe Sands from University College London discusses the status of the court and its rulings.

  • Cricket 800 wickets

    Charles Haviland in Galle reports on Muttiah Muralitharan reaching a cricketing first in his last test match.

  • Controversial hero

    Muralitharan is one of cricket’s most discussed players, fans debate his impact on the game.

  • USA politics

    Congressman Bob Inglis discusses the latest sensitive reaction by the Obama administration.

  • UK G20 death

    Jules Carey is the lawyer for the family of a man who died shortly after being pushed by police officers who will face no charges.

  • BP oil spill

    David Shukman reports from Louisiana on the long term implications of a three month long oil leak.

  • Jewishness

    Adam Mynott reports on attempts to make it easier to convert to the religion in Israel.

  • UK far right

    Naomi Grimley on BNP leader Nick Griffin being barred from an event at Buckingham Palace.


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