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    Drivetime Tuesday 18 June 2013



    Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    HSE and IMO at odds over 'follow-up' care plans for breast cancer survivors

    Dr Susan O'Reilly Director of the National Cancer Control Programme.

    Mass protests in cities across Brazil

    Joe Leahy the Financial Times's Brazil bureau chief

    Olivia O'Leary

    In her political column Olivia O'Leary looks at the face we present to the world

    Will we need additional legislation to allow teens access to new abortion services?

    Dearbhail McDonald Legal Affairs Editor of the Irish Independent

    The formal handover of combat operations in Afghanistan from NATO forces to the Afghan Government.

    We spoke to Professor Andrew Lubin, author and defense analyst, who has reported several times from Afghanistan, and he outlined what exactly is being handed over and what are the security implications.

    G8 summit draws to a close

    Fergal Keane reports from Enniskillen

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