Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including the 5 Live Report.
Gas Attack. Matthew Chapman reports on the British Government's history of offering cash, vehicles and training to the Zimbabwean police.
The UK withdrew its support after 2001. but years of nurturing have resulted in a monstrous regime responsible for human-rights violations and an unusually brutal tear-gas assault that killed 11 people, including five babies.
Cricket action includes the latest news from
Durham, where England play Bangladesh in the Second Test, and a programme of county matches. Plus the men's final at the French Open in Paris, and an international field of athletes at the meeting in Glasgow. Also, news from the Super League and, from 7.00, full commentary on England v Finland in Euro 2005: the women's European football championships. Presented by Arlo White.
Match of the Day Euro 2005: England v Finland is on BBC2 at 6.40pm
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