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The Parachute regiment members died when their Jackal armoured vehicle was hit by an explosion north of Lashkar Gah in helmand province yesterday afternoon. Their families have been informed. The troops were carrying out a routine security patrol alongside Afghan forces when they were hit by a blast, followed by small arms fire. It is thought the three soldiers were killed in the initial explosion, the MoD said. The injured patrol member remained in a critical condition today. There are no Parachute regiment units officially deployed to Afghanistan at the moment, and it is believed the three men who died were members of a special forces unit. The deaths take the number of British troops killed in Afghanistan since the conflict began in October 2001 to 195. It comes as Natos new Secretary General Anders Fogh rasmussen today said more troops were needed in Afghanistan to beat the Taliban. But he warned there would be no military solution alone, highlighting the need to provide the Afghan people with better life opportunities, and to strengthen the countrys police and armed forces. Armoured: a Jackal Peoplepowershouldselectmayorhopefuls PLEASE RECYCLE YOUR COPY OF LITE RESPONSIBLY PThe pregnant British woman jailed in Laos for trafficking heroin flew back into London today. Samantha Orobator arrived at heathrow from the Laos capital, Vientiane, just before 7am. Orobator, 20, from Lewisham, has been allowed to serve the rest of her life sentence in Britain. She was met by a prison van, which took her to holloway. She would have faced the death penalty in Laos had she not been pregnant. her child is due next month.Back in UK: Samantha Orobator at Heathrow today Pregnantdrugs girlisbackhome Public hearing overHeathrow PCAMPAIGNerS against a third runway at heathrow have won the right for a public hearing. At the showdown, probably this autumn, protesters will argue a third runway will no longer be needed if high-speed rail goes ahead. A coalition of green groups, residents and councils successfully fought in the high Court for the three-day hearing. Transport Secretary Lord Adonis has said high-speed rail can replace some of the airports short-haul flights. PLABOUrS next London mayoral candidate should be selected in a mass vote of people who are not party members, a minister urged today. David Lammy said an American-style primary should be held -- open to millions of people who support Labour but have never joined. It would present ex- mayor Ken Livingstone, so far the only confirmed Labour runner for 2012, with a new battle in his bid to unseat Tory Boris Johnson. It is bound to be interpreted as a Stop Ken move by Labour leadership, but Mr Lammy said his aim is to reconnect the party with ordinary families. he said today: No longer could politicians get away with just campaigning in their heartlands. Foreign Secretary David Miliband also made a call today for primaries to be used when picking Westminster candidates, saying it would breathe new life into Labour. But the partys Left wing saw it as a bid by modernisers to cut the influence of party traditionalists in selections.Idea: David Lammy Women have this primary, basic, animalistic urge. 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