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Aid workers in Darfur, road safety charity Brake and Diabetes UK hit today's headlines.

Three aid workers have been kidnapped while working for Médecins Sans Frontières in Darfur.
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Road safety charity Brake criticises a judge's decision to let Lord Ahmed out of jail early. He was sentenced to 12 weeks in prison after being convicted of dangerous driving while texting at the wheel.
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Diabetes UK rejects the idea of a chocolate tax and calls for more information and education on healthy food.
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Prince William talked about his mother's death during a speech to mark his new role as patron of the Child Bereavement Charity.
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