An inquiry looking into accusations that Britain was complicit in the torture of terrorism suspects has said it will examine new allegations about close ties between British intelligence and Muammar Gaddafi's security services.
The World's Laura Lynch that French authorities raided a migrant camp in Calais , in northern France. The camp was used by hundreds of illegal migrants as the last stop on the way to a better life across the English Channel in Britain.
The World's Laura Lynch reports that scientists who conducted an AIDS vaccine trial in Thailand say the results showed the vaccine cut the risk of infection by as much as a third. At least some scientists see the results announced today as encouraging.
The World's Laura Lynch reports on Britain's new Supreme Court. Until recently the justices that make up the court operated from within the House of Lords. The move to a new location is supposed to signal the new court's independence.
The US commander in Afghanistan, General Stanley McChrystal, is reported to have asked for up to forty-thousand more soldiers to head to the region. And he's hoping many of those troops will come from outside the US. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
A global conference on road safety is being held in Moscow to discuss ways of tackling one of the world's biggest killers: traffic accidents. The World's Laura Lynch takes us to Ghana where car accidents have become a public health crisis.
John Chilcot has promised to produce a 'full and insightful' account. Evidence from senior government figures will start on Tuesday and politicians, including former Prime Minister Tony Blair will be expected to testify in due time. Laura Lynch reports.