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Last Updated: Wednesday, 21 March 2007, 17:46 GMT
Thursday, 22nd March, 2007
By Kirsty Wark
Presenter, BBC Newsnight


Presented by Kirsty Wark


Tonight Newsnight makes history. To mark the 4th anniversary of the war on Iraq. Our Diplomatic Editor Mark Urban has interviewed many of the senior American military figures in charge during those first months to find out just what went wrong. Watch his report tonight and send us your thoughts and questions. He'll answer them online. To send him a question click here.

Open Skies

The EU estimates 26 million more people will take to the skies over the next five years because of the new air travel agreement. Douglas Alexander has done deal with Europe and the US on open skies but just last week his colleague David Milliband told Newsnight that any increased air travel is bad for the environment. Don't they talk to each other?

School Report day

School Report day here at BBC - we have our own special experiment. Two schools in Bradford only three miles apart but with very different intakes - one predominantly Asian and the other almost entirely white. How much do they know about each other and what are the issues that matter to them?

Later we'll bring the schools together to see what they make of each other but in this first report - from the children themselves - we find out what matters to them separately.

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