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School bus crash, gender apartheid, Tsunami memorial
Tor 06 apr kl 16:30
We hear about the latest in the investigation into the bus crash which killed three high school students and injured many more.

Also,

Secret video footage of boys and girls being segregated on a bus to school has led to calls for an outright ban of religious free schools

A student successfully sues her university for the poor quality of her degree course

And the artist is chosen to construct a memorial to the 543 Swedes who lost their life in the Asian tsunami

Produced and presented by Dave Russell

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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