23/07/2010 (1300 GMT)

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  • Drones in Pakistan

    Aleem Maqbool in Islamabad looks at the increased use of US drones to attack Taliban and al-Qaeda targets in the northwest of Pakistan.

    Duration: 06:11

  • Drones in Pakistan

    Abdul Basit from the Pakistan Foreign Office and human rights lawyer Asma Jahangir discuss the use of drones.

    Duration: 08:56

  • Trafigura guilty

    Liz Mackean is in Amsterdam where the company has been found guilty of illegally exporting dangerous waste from the EU to West Africa.

    Duration: 02:56

  • Trafigura guilty

    Benedetta Lacey of Amnesty International went to Ivory Coast to see the impact of the waste.

    Duration: 02:46

  • Venezuela Colombia

    William Marquez on Venezuela’s severance of diplomatic ties with Colombia.

    Duration: 02:11

  • Afghanistan drones

    Nick Childs talks to a former operator of British drones in Afghanistan.

    Duration: 03:22

  • Bank stress tests

    BBC economics correspondent Andrew Walker discusses new tests for European banks.

    Duration: 03:39

  • Gaudi tunnel threat

    Sarah Rainsford reports from Barcelona where the Sagrada Famillia church may be endangered by a new rail link.

    Duration: 04:49


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