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National Radio 10am Bulletin

KOSOVO: Italian foreign minister says the table has been turned in Kosovo and Serbs are now being oppressed and terrorised as much as the Albanians were.

EAST TIMOR: Opening day of campaigning in East Timor begins with both sides promising a peaceful campaign. The vote will take place on August 30th.

GREAT BARRIER MYSTERY: Police searching suspected murder victim Colin Good’s property on Great Barrier Island have finished their search without finding the missing hand.

OLD PEOPLE AND DRUGS: Health professionals are being warned that drug and alcohol abuse among pensioners will be a problem in the future.

PINOCHET: Delegation of Chilean military officials is visiting Augusto Pinochet in London to discuss his estradition.

NORTH KOREAN SPORTS-WOMAN: North Korean woman soldier has broken the world record for grenade throwing. She through a grenade 55 metres.

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