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The head of Prince Harry's Aids charity quits, Crimestoppers lists Britain's most wanted on the Costa Blanca and a war veteran is banned from flag-carrying duties for the Royal British Legion.

The head of Sentebale, Prince Harry's charity that supports children orphaned by Aids in Lesotho, is to leave his post.
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Save the Children has found hundreds of children abandoned as a result of fighting in the Congo.
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Crimestoppers has listed the 10 most wanted British criminals on the Costa Blanca.
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Nine out of 10 people are bullied at work, according to a study by the Andrea Adams Trust.
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Prince William has met homeless young people at the 40th anniversary celebrations of homelessness charity Centrepoint.
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A war veteran has been banned by his regiment from carrying out flag-bearing duties for the Royal British Legion at the remembrance service at Westminster Abbey on Sunday because he is too old.
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