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WHAT HAPPENED ON 26th January 2001?

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25th January 2001


Britain's major supermarkets are stepping up efforts to eradicate all genetically modified ingredients from eggs poultry fish & meat. Tesco has urged its suppliers to use non-GM feed for livestock. Sainsbury's says it sells £1m of non-GM meat a week There have been problems finding the 2m tonnes a year of proven GM-free soya needed to feed all UK livestock. Asda says it has now found enough non- GM soya to supply the whole UK market.

26th January 2001


North Korea has suspended short-wave broadcasts of "numbers stations" where female announcers read sequences of numbers to be decoded by spies abroad. The broadcasts were aimed at the South and were known to be for Communist spies there Seoul KBS radio said. Short-wave listening groups in South Korea & Japan said broadcasts of the number code groups had not been observed since the end of last year. Many countries including Britain use the method to contact agents overseas.

26th January 2001


Political & religious leaders are to attend a service to mark Britain's first Holocaust Memorial Day. It is being held exactly 56 years after Allied troops liberated the Auschwitz Nazi death camp at the end of WWII. Memorial days are also being marked in Germany Italy & Sweden. Tonight's service of remembrance is taking place at Methodist Central Hall in Westminster. It will be attended by survivors of the Holocaust.


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