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A majority of people say they are not clear what Britain is trying to achieve in Afghanistan and only one in four think the current approach is working well.
Two international church-backed humanitarian organisations stopped from working in Afghanistan strongly deny accusations of proselytism made against them.
Campaigners are mobilising on both sides of the channel to protest against a planned mass deportation of Afghan migrants from Calais next week, involving the UK and French Governments.
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