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Daily programme highlights from BBC Radio News. Interviews and reports from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 live, the BBC Asian Network and the BBC World Service.

How British economy could benefit from Olympics / London 2012 as seen by 2 foreign correspondents / Egypt's president sidelines military chief / Looking forward to the Paralympics / A British mother's fight to be reunited with her son.
UK to give Syria groups extra £5m / US troops killed in Afghanistan / London 2012 and commerce.
Gu Kailai murder trail adjourns / US begins Agent Orange clean-up / The pollution plane monitoring Britain's smog.
Syrian government launches Aleppo offensive / Bank of England cuts growth forecast to zero / Heroin addiction in Pakistan.
Iran in pledge to 'ally' Syria / Call for change after care abuse in England / Astronomer Sir Bernard Lovell dies.
Syrian prime minister defects / Nasa's 'Curiosity' lands on Mars / Clegg admits defeat over Lords.
UN to debate resolution on Syria / Shafilea Ahmed's parents found guilty of her murder / Interview with Chief Executive of RBS / Changing public attitudes towards autism / Will Mars mission revive US interest in space ?
How Spain's regions suffer in economic crisis / Putin in London / Israel's view of Syrian crisis / How New York might benefit from 2012 Olympics / New stamps commemorate GB's Olympic gold-medallists.
Olympic gold for British women rowers / Under fire in Aleppo / How to regenerate cities hit by 2011's riots / Remembering Gore Vidal.
UK government defends superfast internet plans / Scottish graveyards in photo exhibition / author Maeve Binchy remembered / supporting the Olympic underdogs
Life under bombardment in Aleppo / Warning over plans to reform House of Lords / With Mitt Romney in Israel / Suffering of mothers and babies separated by UK's adoption policies / Why a Royal Navy sub patrols in the Middle East.
Olympics / Twitter verdict / Syria / Marilyn Monroe
Osborne's dual role questioned / Syria rebels / Romney / Olympics and design / Aesop fable in science
Recession in UK economy deepens / Syria soldiers 'head for Aleppo' / Strike on eve of Olympic Games called off.
Eight face phone-hacking charges in Britain / Spain finances under new pressure / More troops deployed for Olympics.
Syria pledge on chemical weapons / Deadly attacks in Iraq kill scores / Satellite television -- 50 years old today.
Syrian Army on offensive in Damascus / Lord Coe answers criticisms of Olympics / Spaniards angry over economic crisis / Do self-help books actually work ? / A new look at a tragic Shakespearean heroine.
Co-op buys more than 600 Lloyds branches / Is serious crime decreasing in England & Wales ? / Feeding the hungry in Salisbury / China's social media revolution / Suprising facts about Neanderthals / Art celebrates the British landscape.
Fall in UK jobless total / Helping the UK's "troubled families" / The health risks of being inactive / A G4S employee speaks to the BBC / Recording the sounds of East London / How Shakespeare played a special role in Nelson Mandela's life.
Merkel defends overnight Eurozone deal / ETA senior members arrested in London / Inside London's Women's Library.