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 Whys: Libya, Ivory Coast And Prince Andrew20110307 
Crisis in Libya, Ivorians in Ghana, and has Prince Andrew ruined the royal family's image?
 Why Are Women Still Sexually Harassed?20110308 
On the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, we ask why sexual harassment still exists.
On the 100th year of International Women's Day, we ask why sexual harassment still exists.
 Another Bloody Day In Libya20110309 
We hear from Libyan people about the latest situation and ask if they support a no-fly zone.
We hear from Libyans about the latest situation and ask if they support a no-fly zone.
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 Whys 30: Yemen - What's Next?20110606 With the President abroad, what are your hopes and fears about the coming days in Yemen? We speak to Yemenis inside and out of the country, plus others around the region.
With the President abroad, what are your hopes and fears about the coming days in Yemen?
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 Whys 60: Vaccine Price Cut / Yemen20110606 We discuss the vaccine price cut by major drug companies in developing countries.
Plus, your latest stories and reaction to the situation in Yemen.
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 Whys 30: Unemployed In Gaza20110614 A UN report says 45% of Gazans are jobless.
What is life like there? What can be done?
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 Whys 60: Cyber War / Suicide On Tv20110614 CIA Director Leon Panetta says the "next Pearl Harbor" could be a cyber attack.
How worried should we be about cyber war? Also, following the BBC's screening of a documentary showing a man ending his life - should suicide ever be shown on TV?
How worried should we be about cyber war? Also, should suicide ever be shown on TV?
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 Reith Lectures20110628 The Reith Lectures with Burmese pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, on "Freedom".
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 The Reith Lectures20110705 with Burmese pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, on "Dissent".
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 Gaza Air Strikes Following Eilat Attacks20110818 We gauge reaction to Gaza air strikes in retaliation for Eilat attacks.
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 Whys 30: Pope's Visit To Madrid20110818 Spain is in tough economic times & large protests are taking place in Madrid against the cost of the trip.
What do make of the cost of the papal visit to Madrid?
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 Libya : The People's War20110903 Bringing together some of the most striking accounts from the Libyan people over the past six months
Bringing together some of the most striking accounts from the Libyan people over the pa.
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 Whys 30: Bid To Un For Independent Palestine20110916 We speak to people on how they feel about the decision.
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 Whys 60: Reaction To President Abbas' Speech20110916 Global reations to President Abbas' speech regarding UN bid for independent Palestine.
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 Whys 30: Arab League Suspends Syria20111114 We hear reactions to the Arab League's suspension of Syria over its crackdown of protesters.
Your reactions to the Arab League's suspension of Syria over its crackdown of protesters.
 Whys 60: The Rise Of The "technocracy"20111114 Rise of the technocracy: who do you trust to run Europe - politicians or economists) ?
 Whys 30: New York Police Clear Occupy Camp20111115 We hear from people in New York who witnessed police starting to clear the Occupy Wall Street camp.
We hear from people in New York who witnessed police starting to clear the Occupy camp.
 Whys 60: The Future Of The Occupy Movement20111115 The future of the occupy movement: political change or irrelevance ?
 Whys 30: Beginning Of The End For Assad?20111116 Syrian army defectors have attacked a major military base near Damascus.
The Arab League meets today to confirm Syria's suspension.
Is it the beginning of the end for Assad ?
Syrian army defectors have revolted.
 Whys 60: Will The Year 2011 Stand Out In History?20111116 History is dotted with years which are more than the sum of the days they are made up of.
Some stand out: 1848, 1968, 1989.
They change the course of history.
Their turbulent winds of change reshape the political and social structures of the countries and societies they touch.
Are we living through such a year? With the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, the euro crisis will 2011 be a year that will stand out in the long march of history?
With the Arab Spring & Occupy Wall Street will 2011 stand out in history's long march?
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 World Have Your Say: London Calling20111231 A special World Have Your Say for New Year's Eve.
 World Have Your Say: London Calling20120101 A special World Have Your Say for New Year's Eve.
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 Whys 30: What Should We Talk About On Whys?20120229 A special programme - on the 80th birthday of BBC World Service - where you set our agenda.
Bloggers from around the world suggest topics for the show as we hold our editorial meeting live on air.
 Whys 60: What Should The World Do About Syria?20120229 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
As the Syrian army tries to re-take Baba Amr in Homs, is it time to arm the opposition?
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 Whys 30: The Latest From Homs20120302 We hear the latest about what's happening in the Baba Amr district of Homs.
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 Whys 60: Icrc And Intervention In Syria20120302 The ICRC is denied entry to Baba Amr and your questions on the humanitarian situation. We also discuss the prospect of intervention in the country.
The ICRC is denied entry to Baba Amr and your questions on the humanitarian situation.
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 Whys 30: Us Soldier Kills 16 Afghan Civilians20120312 Your reaction to the shooting dead of 16 Afghans, including 9 children, by a US soldier
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 Whys 30: Your Reaction To Anders Breivik Testifying In Court20120417  
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 Whys 30: Trial Of Charles Taylor - Live From Freetown.20120426 Live from Freetown. We get reaction to the war crimes trial of former Liberian leader Charles Taylor, as we await a verdict from international judges
Live from Freetown. We get reaction to the trial of Charles Taylor, as we await a verdict
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 Whys 30: Is Any Piece Of Art Worth 120 Million Dollars?20120503 The chatter this morning is about 'The Scream' by Edvard Moonk.
It went for 120 million dollars, a new record for a painting sold at an auction.
We're asking: Is any artwork worth that much? And how do put a value on something like this anyway?
Some of you say it's iconic, rare, a piece of history.
Others think it's an outrageous sum to pay and that buying art with a price tag like this is just another way to show you've made it.
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 Whys 60: Louise Mensch And The Cost Of Funerals20120503 Can women express opinions without gender being an issue? Do we all deserve a funeral?
 Whys 30: Is The World Too Negative About Africa?20120504 We discuss whether the international media is too negative about Africa.
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 Whys 60: Do Negative Reports Hurt Africa?20120504 We discuss whether the international media is too negative in its portrayal of Africa.
 Whys 30: France And Greece Elections20120507 WHYS is in Paris and Athens today to talk about the elections in France and Greece.
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 Whys 60: Will The Elections Change Anything For France And Greece?20120507 Will the elections change anything in France and Greece? Voters have rejected austerity by voting in Socialist Francois Hollande in France, and the two main parties in Greece which back austerity have lost their majority in parliament. Christina in Athens said to our listeners in France on our earlier programme "good luck with the Socialists" to which they replied, "we don't need luck". What's your reaction?
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 Whys 30: Mario Balotelli, Racism & Euro 20122012053120120531 (WS)Mario Balotelli says he will "kill" any banana-throwing fans at the Euro 2012 tournament
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 Queen Elizabeth Ii's Diamond Jubilee2012060120120601 (WS)World Have Your Say will be broadcasting live from the Royal Commonwealth Society in London on the eve of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations across the UK and the Commonwealth.
The programme will link-up with listeners across the Commonwealth and ask if the institution still has relevance in the modern world.
World Have Your Say will be broadcasting live from the Royal Commonwealth Society on the Strand in London.
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 Whys 30: Nigeria Plane Crash20120604 We discuss aviation safety in Nigeria after a plane crash left over 150 people dead.
 Whys 60: Is Mubarak's Sentence Justice?20120604 We get reaction from Cairo to the Mubarak sentence and to others not being convicted.
 Whys 30: Live From The Mall Outside Buckingham Palace2012060520120605 (WS)We're live from the Mall outside Buckingham Palace, hearing your reaction to the events from the last few days.
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 Whys 60: Is The Queen A Source Of Pride?20120605 As Jubilee celebrations continue, we ask, is the Queen a source of pride?
 Whys 60: Is Skin Lightening Anything To Be Ashamed Of?2012060620120606 (WS)People in India are reacting in disgust and shock at a new advert which promotes skin lightening of a woman's private parts. Has skin lightening gone too far? We also talk about Nigeria suspending the licence of Dana Air, following the air crash on Sunday. Many listeners wanted to talk about the safety issues of airlines in different parts of the world.
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 Whys 30: More "massacre" Claims In Syria2012060720120607 (WS)Your reaction to another claim of a "massacre" in Syria - unverified by the BBC
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 Whys 60: Syria Latest / Footballers & Racism20120607 We talk through the latest reports from Syria after claims of another "massacre". Also - how should footballers react to racist chanting on the pitch? Do you agree with Michel Platini's approach?
 Whys 30: Racist Chanting Towards Dutch Football Team2012060820120608 (WS)As Euro 2012 begins in Poland, Dutch players say they heard racist chanting while training
 Whys 60: Euro 2012 Kick-off / Greece Tv Punch-up2012060820120608 (WS)Euro 2012: overshadowed by racism? Plus, your reaction to Greek politicians fighting on TV
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 Whys 30: Mursi Wins Egypt Presidential Election20120625 We talk to Egyptians about the victory of Mohammed Mursi in the presidential election.
 Whys 60: Your Reaction To Egypt's New President-elect20120625 Your reaction to Egypt's new president-elect Mohammed Mursi.
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 Whys 30: Barclays Ceo Bob Diamond Resigns20120703 Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond resigns - we'll be discussing the surprising new development in the rate-rigging scandal at the bank.
 Whys 60: When Should Ceos Resign / Anderson Cooper20120703 As Bob Diamond quits we explore a CEO's role. And Anderson Cooper came out publicly - so what?
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 Whys 30: Afghan Woman Execution Video20120709 You react to an online video which appears to show the execution of an Afghan woman for alleged adultery
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 Whys 60: Public Execution Of Afghan Woman20120709 Earlier we had a conversation on WHYS about a video of an Afghan woman who was publicly executed, allegedly for committing adultery.
During our programme, Hameed said "as Afghans we have to accept responsibility that we have a culture of violence." Bunsen Bwana tweeted WHYS saying it's "pathetic how many Muslim men disguise criminal behaviours with Islam," while the Afghanistan government condemned the killing as "un-Islamic and inhuman'.
What do you think? Does this execution reflect a "culture of violence" in Afghan society or within Islam?
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 Whys 30: Olympic Chariots Of Fire From Edinburgh20120723 We're with the niece of Eric Liddell, who won the men's 400 metres at the 1924 Summer Olympics.
We're with the niece of Eric Liddell, who won the men's 400 metres at the 1924 Olympics.
 Whys 60:can Shootings Like Aurora Be Prevented?20120723 Can shootings like Aurora be prevented?
We'll be talking more about the shooting at the Batman film screening in Aurora, USA. Could anything have been done to stop this massacre?
Also, Oprah Winfrey has caused offence among some with her new TV programme about India.
'So I hear some people in India still eat with their hands?' the American said.
Rajyasree Sen from Firstpost wrote: "I don't know what people in America are eating their hot dogs, pizzas and tacos with but perhaps Oprah's home has evolved cutlery for all that."
Are you surprised to hear this from Oprah?
 24/07/2012 Whys 30: Olympic Cyclists From Manchester Velodrome20120724 The conversation today is from the Manchester velodrome, the British Cycling Centre.
The conversation today is from the Manchester velodrome, the British Cycling Centre that is home to Bradley Wiggins' Team Sky, who have just dominated the Tour de France. We talk to a man who raced with Wiggins, Jonny Clay, and Paralympic Team GB cyclists, Mark Colbourne and Jody Cundy. Cycling hasn't always enjoyed big popularity in the UK - so can sporting success change a country's attitude towards a sport?
 Whys 60: What Are Chemical Weapons?20120724 At 1700GMT on WHYS we're talking to a panel of experts about chemical warfare.
 Whys 30: Will Olympics Get Women's Football Taken More Seriously?20120725 We're live with women footballers with Coventry City Ladies FC, ahead of Olympic kick-off
 Whys 60: Are U.s. Gun Laws To Blame For The Aurora Shootings?20120725 When the story of the Aurora shooting broke last week those of you outside the U.S. told us the reason behind the tragedy was American gun laws.
Ethan in Kenya: "The right to bear arms should be repealed!"
But David in Connecticut tweeted: "This was a result of his environment. The rest of us aren't killing anyone - so why him?"
Today we hear that in the three days after the shooting, applications for the background checks needed to buy a gun legally in Colorado were up 43% on the previous week.
We hear from people in the U.S. who own guns answer some of the criticisms from the rest of the world...
After the Aurora shooting people outside the US blamed gun laws for the tragedy.
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 Whys 30: Your Reaction To Barclays Bank 4 Billion Pound Profit20120727 We hear reaction to the news Barclays bank has just announced a 4 billion pound profit. This follows the interest-rate rigging scandal which resulted in bad publicity for Barclays bank, and the resignation of Bob Diamond as chief executive.
We get reaction to Barclays bank which has just announced a 4 billion pound profit.
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 Whys 30: What Did You Make Of The Opening Ceremony?20120728 As the London Olympic Games begin, what did you think of the opening ceremony? Was it Isles Of Wonder - or did you just wonder why they bothered?
As the London Olympic Games begin, what did you think of the opening ceremony?
 Whys 30: Empty Seats At The Olympics20120729 Your reaction to empty seats at some Olympics events yesterday.
 Whys 30: The Women's Olympics?20120730 With every country entering female athletes in 2012, are these the women's Games?
 Whys 60: Julius Malema / Women And The Olympics20120730 The former head of the ANC Youth League in South Africa takes your questions live.
 Whys 30: Do The Hosts Need To Shine For A Successful Games?20120731 Team GB have won only three medals so far at London 2012. Will it spoil the Games?
Team GB have won only three medals - none gold - at London 2012 so far. Do a successful Olympics require the country of the host city to do well?
 Whys 60: India Power Cut & Has The Olympics Inspired Young People?20120731 Live from a school in East London asking students if the Olympics has inspired them?
 Whys 30: Badminton's Bad Losers20120801 What's your reaction to Olympic badminton players charged with "deliberately losing"?
As eight Olympic badminton players are charged with "deliberately losing" at London 2012, what's your reaction?
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 Whys 30: Athletics - Is This When The Games Really Begin?20120803 Olympics are now in full swing. We discuss forthcoming Athletics and transport concerns.
London Olympics are now in full swing. We discuss forthcoming Athletics and transport concerns on the busiest day of the games so far. Also today the female Saudi Judoka representative makes her first appearance wearing a hijab. Is this a positive cultural step, or bending the rules too far?
 Whys 60: It's Day 7 Of London 2012 And The Athletics Has Started20120803 It's Day 7 of London 2012 and the athletics has started.
It's excitement and enthusiasm all round as the main stadium is finally put to use a week after the Opening Ceremony.
Is this the day we've all been waiting for?
Jessica Ennis is the face of Team GB - this morning she won her heat in the women's heptathlon 100m hurdles breaking records and gaining the fastest heptathlon 100m hurdles time ever.
What is it like for athletes competing in a home Olympics? Will Jessica Ennis succeed or succumb to the pressure?
Also, UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan resigns after failure of his six-point peace plan.
The Syrian army has been shelling rebel positions in Aleppo, and there's been bloodshed in Hama and Damascus.
What lies ahead for Syria? Has the political process failed?
The BBC's Jim Muir will be live on WHYS to answer your questions.
 Whys 60: 'super Saturday' At The Olympics20120804 Today's a big Olympic day - 25 medals to be won and 23 different sports eventing.
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 Whys 30: Bolt The "legend", Russian Woe & #thankyouleechongwei20120806 You're still talking about the 100m Olympic final & an epic end to the men's badminton
 Whys 60: Syrian Prime Minister Defects To Join 'the Revolution'20120806 The Syrian Prime Minister has defected to join "the revolution".
This is the highest-profile defection from President Bashar al-Assad's government since the uprising began in March 2011.
Also, at least seven people, including a gunman, have died in a shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in the US.
  20120807 We are live in Weymouth talking about whether the 'TEAM GB spirit'. Will it last beyond the Olympics. Has the Olympics brought on a new sense of 'Britishness'?
Does this feeling exist outside the London bubble?
We are live in Weymouth talking about whether the 'TEAM GB spirit'.
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 Whys 60: Live From A London Boxing Club20120809 The first ever Olympic medals are given for women's boxing - great day for women's sport?
On the day the first ever Olympic medals are given for women's boxing - is this a great day for women's sport? Also, two-time Kenyan gold medallist Kip Keino takes your questions.
 Whys 60: What Are The Olympics For?20120809 WHYS is at Foyle's Book Store with some of the world's best writers on the Olympics.
WHYS is at Foyle's Book Store on Charing Cross Road in central London with some of the world's best writers on the Olympics - asking what exactly the Games are for?
 Whys 60: How Has London Coped With The Olympics?20120810 WHYS is near the Olympic Park asking fans for their take on the London Games.
 Whys 60: Is Bolt The Greatest Athlete Ever?20120810 After securing his fifth Olympic sprint gold, is Usain Bolt the greatest athlete ever?
 Whys 30: Olympics Special20120811 Can you cheer for athletes like Asli Cakir with past doping bans who go on to win gold?
 Whys 60: Your Olympic Highlights20120812 We hear your best bits of the last two weeks.
 Whys 60: Looking Ahead To Rio / Tantawi 'resigns'20120813 We look ahead to the Rio 2016 Olympics and discuss power shifts in Egypt
 Whys 60: Was The Olympics Worth It?20120813 The Olympics has officially left London - was it worth it?
 Whys 30: Malaysia's Internet Black-out Day20120814 Activists and bloggers are holding an internet black-out day in Malaysia.
Activists and bloggers are holding an internet black-out day in Malaysia because of a new law they say will restrict free speech online.
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 Whys 30: Will Australia's Plain Packaging Stop Smoking?20120815 Australia's highest court has upheld a law that means cigarette packaging in the country will be plain with no brand logos or colouring. But will it stop people smoking?
 Whys 60: Should Other Countries Adopt Australia’s Strict Tobacco Laws?20120815 Should other countries adopt Australia’s strict tobacco Laws?
Also, a list of the best cities in the world has been released. Where would you prefer to live?
 Whys 30: Will Ecuador Finally Grant Julian Assange Asylum?20120816 Ecuador is due to announce its decision on whether it will grant Wikileaks founder Julian Assange currently living at their Embassy in London asylum. This follows threats from the UK to lift the Embassy's diplomatic status to fulfil a "legal obligation" to extradite Assange. Can Ecuador protect Assange from extradition from UK?
 Whys 60: Ecuador Offers Political Asylum To Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange20120816 Ecuador offers political asylum to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange saying "He could be susceptible to grave danger".
Is Ecuador right to grant Assange asylum?
Also, has the Syrian crisis spread to Lebanon?
 Whys 30: South Africa Shooting20120817 We get reaction to the violence yesterday at the Marikana platinum mine, where police opened fire during clashes with striking miners left at least 12 people dead.
Also we get the latest on the Russian punk band Pussy riot's verdict.
 Whys 60: South Africa Mine Clashes/pussy Riot Verdict20120817 What does mining violence mean for South Africa and your reaction to the Pussy Riot trial
 Whys 60: Anti-japanese Protests In China20120820 We get your reaction to protests in China over an island dispute between China and Japan.
 Whys 60: Is Assange A Hypocrite? / Abortion In Rape Cases20120820 Is Julian Assange a hypocrite? We also discuss Todd Akin's comments on abortion and rape.
 Whys 30: The Legacy Of Ethiopia's Meles Zenawi20120821 We discuss the legacy of Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. How do you remember him?
 Whys 60: Is Obama Right On Syria? / Ethiopia Post Zenawi20120821 Obama says chemical weapons would be the "red line" sparking US action in Syria: Is he right? And what will happen to Ethiopia after the death of PM Meles Zenawi?
 Whys 30: Should Greece Get More Time For Cuts?20120822 Greece has called for more time to implement spending cuts, should it be granted?
 Whys 60: Survivors Of Rape Have Their Say.20120822 In the week which saw US Congressman Todd Akin and British MP George Galloway make controversial statements on rape and abortion, we hear from women directly affected.
 Whys 30: Prince Harry Naked Photos20120823 Do naked images of Prince Harry taken in Las Vegas damage the image of the Royal family?
 Whys 60: India Social Media Restrictions / Prince Harry20120823 What do you think of Prince Harry? Also, are you affected by India's social media ban?
 Whys: Breivik Sentence And Armstrong Response20120824 Did Norway get it right with the Anders Breivik sentence? And what is your response to Lance Armstrong's decision to stop contesting drugs charges?
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 Whys 30: Neil Armstrong Dead - First Man To Walk On The Moon20120827 We hear your reaction to the death of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon. Was he America's greatest hero?
 Whys 60: Helmand Have Your Say20120827 We hear from people who live and work in Helmand province in Afghanistan.
 Whys 30: Your Reaction To The Rachel Corrie Verdict20120828 A court in Haifa has found that the state of Israel wasn't at fault for her death.
 Whys 60: Can Peace Activists Achieve Anything?20120828 We discuss the legacy of activists like Rachel Corrie, and also hear your reaction to India's first vagina-tightening cream.
 Whys 60: Live From Stoke Mandeville20120829 Live from Stoke Mandeville with some Paralympic athletes, looking ahead to the Games.
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 Whys 30: South African Marikana Miners Charged With Murder20120831 Reaction to South African miners who have been charged with murdering their colleagues shot by police at the Marikana platinum mine.
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 Pakistan Blasphemy And Archbishop Tutu's Comments20120903 We are discussing blasphemy in Pakistan and Archbishop Tutu's comments on the war in Iraq.
 Whys 30: Is Pistorius Right To Be Angry?20120903 Is Oscar Pistorius right to be angry at being beaten or should he just learn to lose?
 Whys 30: Are Christians Being Discriminated Against In Europe?20120904 Four British Christians claiming discrimination at work take their case to the ECHR.
 Whys 60: Should Religion Be Kept Out Of The Work Place?20120904 Four British Christians claim they've lost their jobs because of their beliefs. We discuss discrimination in the work place when it comes to religion.
 The World's Richest Women Has Said Wages Should Be Cut. Is She Right?20120905 Gina Reinhart, the world's richest woman thinks wages should be cut and that Australians should look to Africans for inspiration and to make itself more competitive.
 Whys 30: 'how Can I Sell My Child?'20120905 A woman in India says she didn't sell her three children. And a new shop in India called 'Hitler' will rename itself after getting complaints.
 Whys 30: Does Bill Clinton's Backing Help Obama?20120906 Bill Clinton's speech to the Democratic convention - giving a full endorsement of Barack Obama - has stirred memories of his own time in office. So is his endorsement a help or hindrance to Mr Obama?
 Whys 60: Why Do We Forgive Some Politicians?20120906 When former US President Bill Clinton made his speech in support of Barack Obama, an American commentator said 'there was love in the air'. But at the Republican National Convention George W Bush wasn't present but made 'a brief video appearance'. Do some politicians get away with more flaws than others - despite all facing challenges in office? Are we more quick to forgive certain politicians than others?
 Whys 30: Do People Outside The Uk Really Care About The Paralympics?20120907 Do people outside the UK really care about the Paralympics? We discuss why the Paralympic games are not being covered internationally.
 Whys 60: What Do Disabled People Make Of The Paralympics?20120907 We'll be hearing from disabled people from around the world on what they make of the Paralympics. Has it changed your perception of disability?
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 Whys 60: Chili Peppers In Israel And Suicide Reaction20120910 Should the Red Hot Chili Peppers play their gig in Israel and how are people affected by a loved one's suicide?
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 Whys 30: Where Is The Chinese Vice-president?20120911 Xi Jinping has not been seen for over a week. We hear from people in China. Also - we hear from Chinese and Japanese guests on the island dispute.
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 Whys 60: Is Running Somalia The World's Most Impossible Job?20120911 We are discussing Somalia's chance of success after new president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud takes the helm.
 Whys 30: Us Ambassador To Libya Killed20120912 The latest on the death of J. Christopher Stevens, who was the US ambassador to Libya.
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 Whys 60: Us Ambassador To Libya Killed. Who Do You Feel Is Ultimately Responsible?20120912 The US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, and three other diplomats have been killed in an attack sparked by outrage over an anti-Muslim video made in the US. Who do you feel is responsible?
 Whys 60: Reaction To Anti-us Protests Around The Arab World20120913 Anti-US demonstrations are spreading across the Arab world against a film believed to mock the prophet Mohammed. There have been protests in: Yemen,Libya and Egypt. There are also protests in Tunisia, Morocco, Sudan and Iran. We'll have reaction from the Arab world and Americans in the United States.
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 Whys 30: Should The Photos Of Kate Been Published?20120914 Should the French magazine Closer have published topless pictures of Kate Middleton?
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 Whys 60: Middle East Protests20120914 We're talking about the latest protests against the film which is believed to mock Islam
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 Whys 30: Will Global Supermarkets Help India?20120920 Some Indians are striking against plans for global supermarkets in the country.
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 Whys 60: Are Muslims Under Attack?20120920 An advert calling on people to "support Israel" and referring to those who follow jihad as "savages" will soon be posted on the New York transport system after a battle between New York’s transport authority and a right-wing group called the American Freedom Defense Initiative. It follows the controversial anti-Islamic film Innocence Of Muslims and a number of offensive cartoons being published in a French magazine about the Prophet Muhammad. W ask are Muslims under attack?
 Whys 60: Where Have The Muslim Protests Left Us Now?20120921 For ten days Muslims around the world have been protesting against an anti-Muslim film produced in the US and vulgar cartoons recently published in France. We are asking if as all of this unrest and violence has really changed anything?
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 Whys 30: Focus On China20120924 What do the recent protests, the ongoing Bo Xilai scandal and pictures of Chinese people living in rural areas tell us about China?
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 Whys 60: Do You Care Who Makes The Products You Use?20120924 A Foxconn factory in China has temporarily shut following a brawl involving 2,000 workers. The company supplies 40% of the world's electrical goods. Last year Foxconn came under the spotlight when a series of suicides by its workers came to the attention of the international media.
We ask if incidents like this make us think about who makes the products we use every day? Do we care about the conditions in which these people work and live?
 Whys 30: Your Questions To Save The Children20120925 Syria's children are subjected to "appalling" torture, imprisonment and abduction according to a report by Save The Children. The charity take questions about authenticity and evidence.
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 Whys 60: Syria: Reporting In A War Zone20120928 Fierce fighting has been reported in Aleppo, Syria, a day after the rebel Free Syrian Army said a "decisive" battle had begun. Both residents and activists described the clashes as "unprecedented". We're inviting a group of journalists from around the world who have recently been in the country to hear their accounts of what it's like there. What would you like to ask them?
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 Al-shabab / Bahrain Doctors / European Identity20121001 As Kenyan and Somali troops enter the Somali port town of Kismayo we ask if this heralds the end for Al-Shabab?
Nine Bahraini doctors have lost an appeal against a sentence handed down to them for giving medical assistance to protesters. What do you make of the charge?
A surprise win against the US in the Ryder Cup yesterday brought Europeans from across the continent together. It's been a difficult few months for European unity with many people around the world discussing whether it is on the brink of falling apart. We ask is there more that unites than divides Europe?
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 Whys 30: The Greatest Golf Comeback Of All Time?20121001 Your reaction to Europe's astonishing comeback win in the Ryder Cup at Medinah.
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 Whys 30: Was The Eu The Right Choice For The Nobel Peace Prize?20121012 The EU has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Was that the right decision?
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 Whys 60: Does The Eu Deserve The Nobel Peace Prize?20121012 Does the EU deserve The Nobel Peace Prize? Some say it's a good choice and will remind people of the EU's real meaning. Others have called it a farce, considering the current economic crisis in Europe. Also, Pakistan is marking a day of prayer for the young activist Malala Yousafzai.
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 Whys 30: Egyptian Prime Minister Visits Gaza20121116 We talked to people in Gaza, Israel and Egypt.
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 Whys 60: Latest On Israel-gaza Conflict20121116 We'll be speaking to people in Israel and Gaza about the ongoing conflict there. What would you like to ask them? At least 20 Palestinians and three Israelis have been killed since Israel began its offensive on Wednesday. Israel mounted a huge assault overnight and Gaza militants continued to launch rockets. Air-raid sirens and an explosion were later heard in Tel Aviv. Are you in Israel or Gaza? Do you think the conflict can be resolved?
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 Whys 30: Israel & Gaza - The Correspondents20121123 Your questions to journalists who covered the Gaza Israel violence
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 Whys 60: Egypt's 'new Pharaoh'? / Emotional Countries20121123 Do President Mohammed Mursi's new powers go too far? Also - how emotional is your country?
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 Whys 30: Un Palestine Vote20121130 How do you feel about the UN vote to upgrade the status of the Palestinians?
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 Whys 60: What Does It Take To Be A Country?20121130 This week we've seen Palestinian status at the UN getting upgraded, Egypt drafting a new constitution and voters in Spain giving a majority to parties who want Catalan independence. So what does it take to be a country? Is it recognition by the UN, geography, a common language, or a constitution? On the show we'll have a panel of experts who'll discuss this.
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 Whys 30: Kim Jong-un Speaks Of Reunification20130101 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 Whys 30: What Do You Make Of The Fiscal Cliff Deal?20130102 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Whys 60: 'fiscal Cliff' Deal / Personalising Legislation20130102  
 #whys: Are Attitudes Towards Rape Changing In India?20130103 Many people in India and around the World are still discussing the death of 23 year old girl who was brutally gang raped on a bus in New Delhi, with many now calling for the death penalty for the five men due to be charged.
At 11:00 Gmt - The World Have Your Say team will be broadcasting ‘live’ from a park in New Delhi near to the anti –rape protests, to find out whether people there believe attitudes towards rape in India have now changed.
 Whys 60: Pakistani Militant Drone Death / Paparazzi Law20130103 What has a drone attack on a Pakistani militant leader achieved and should there be laws regulating the paparazzi?
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 What Next For Assad? / Would You Give Up Your Nationality?20130107 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 Karzai In Us / Unemployment / Lionel Messi20130108 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 #whys: Sri Lankan Maid Beheaded In Saudi & Police Detain Tourists In Greece20130110 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 #whys: Over 100 Dead In After Series Of Explosions In Pakistan20130111 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 Whys 30: French Military Intervention In Mali20130114 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Whys 60: What Does Marriage Mean In 2013? Global Discussion.20130114  
 What Are The Rules Of Military Intervention?20130115 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Whys 30: Can Lance Armstrong Still Be A Hero?20130115  
 What Is Your Reaction To The Problems Faced By Boeing 787?20130116 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Whys 60: President Obama To Unveil Gun Control Plan20130116  
 Whys 30: The Latest On The Ongoing Hostage Situation In Algeria20130117 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Whys 60: Algeria Hostages - Your Questions20130117  
 Whys 30: Algeria Hostage Crisis20130118 We'll be hearing the latest on the Algerian hostage crisis.
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 Whys 60: Algeria's Handling Of The Hostage Crisis20130118 What do you think about how the Algerian government has handled the siege?
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 Prince Harry In Afghanistan Interviews/ Briton Faces Death Penalty In Bali20130122 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 Whys 30: Will Elections Change Israel?20130123 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Whys 60: Lying To Children / Beyonce 'lip-synching'?20130123  
 Whys 60: Women In Combat20130124 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 Whys 30: How Worried Are You About North Korea?20130125 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Whys 60: Us Commander In Africa Says Mistakes Were Made Training Malian Soldiers.20130125  
 #whys: Brazil In Mourning After Nightclub Fire20130128 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 #whys Latest From Mali & Reaction To Gerald Scarfe Cartoon20130129 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 #whys Reaction To Latest Developments In Syria20130130  
 Whys 60: If Mali Why Not Syria.20130130  
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 Whys 30: Hizbollah / Tunisian Opposition Fatally Shot20130206 Should Europe designate Hezbollah as a terrorist group? A report into an attack on Israeli tourists on a bus in Bulgaria last summer has blamed Lebanon's Hezbollah. Tunisian opposition politician Chokri Belaid has been shot dead outside his home in the capital, Tunis. We get reaction from Tunisia.
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Ros Atkins meets World Have Your Say contributors to ask why they chose to share their lives publicly, and what happened after.
 #whys: Oscar Pistorius Murder Charge / Whose Job Is It To Modernise Religion?20130214 Oscar Pistorius has been charged with the murder of his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp who was found dead in his home last night. We get reaction to this breaking story from around the world.
And, ten Jewish women were arrested on Monday by Israeli police for praying at Jerusalem's Western Wall - while wearing prayer shawls and traditional skullcaps. Orthodox rules, which govern prayers at the site, say only men can dress this way. We ask who decides when religion should modernise.
 Whys 30: Oscar Pistorius Arrest20130214 The Paralympic gold medallist is arrested after his girlfriend is shot dead
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 #whys Is The Future Of Singapore In The Hands Of Immigrants?20130218 At least 4000 people joined in one of Singapore’s largest ever protests at plans to boost the city states population. Many people believe that Singapore has barely coped with the influx of immigrants over the past 10 years, with some commenting that inviting an extra 1 million people will not benefit the average person in any way. However the Government says Singaporeans aren’t having enough babies. But will more immigrants mean the state loses its identity?
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 Whys 60: The Debate Within Islam20130218 We discuss whether Muslims around the world are reclaiming their religion from Islamists. Also, we get your reaction to the death of US country singer Mindy McCready.
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 Whys 30: Is Being Pope An Impossible Job?20130301 Now that Benedict XVI has stepped down, the search begins for his successor. But whoever replaces his has the task of trying to hold the Catholic Church together following the child abuse scandals, while also facing the challenges of a world where, in various places, attitudes are rapidly changing towards issues such as homosexuality and contraception. How can the next Pope cope with the "weight of the office"?
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 #whys Kenyan Elections 201320130304 Kenyans across the country are voting in today’s general election. There have been international concerns that there isn’t a repeat of the violence which marred the 2007. We hear the latest from across Kenya as they vote in what has been described as the most important election in the country’s history.
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 Whys 60: Kenyan Elections / Hiv Baby 'cured'20130304 We hear from Kenyans about their experience of voting in today's election. Also, we put your questions to HIV experts on the apparent cure of a baby girl from the HIV virus. (Image: AFP/Getty Images)
 Who Has The Right To Decide, Genetic Parents Or Surrogate Mothers? And Justin Bieber, Bad Manners Or Rock Star?20130305 Who has the right to decide the fate of a foetus, genetic parents or the surrogate mother? An American surrogate was offered $10,000 to end her pregnancy because an ultrasound revealed severe abnormalities. The surrogate mother refused, resulting in a legal battle. Did the contracting couple have the right to ask her to terminate the pregnancy? We'll also talk about Justin Bieber's behaviour - turning up two hours late to a concert. Bad manners, or just being a rock star?
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 Whys 30: Malaysia Philippines20130305 Your reaction to Malaysian air and ground forces attacking Filipino intruders who've laid claim to territory in the eastern state of Sabah.
 #whys Global Reaction To Death Of Hugo Chavez20130306 We hear reaction from around the World to the death of Hugo Chavez aged 58, President of Venezuela for 14 years.
Hugo Chavez, had been seriously ill with cancer for more than a year, and had undergone several operations in Cuba. The self-proclaimed revolutionary was a controversial figure in Venezuela and on the World stage, but was seen by many as a voice for the poor using Venezuela’s oil wealth to pursue socialist policies.
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 Are You Mourning Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez?20130306 Venezuela has announced seven days of public mourning for their president who has died aged 58 after 14 years in power. He had been seriously ill with cancer for over a year.
Rafael Correa, Ecuador's president says Chavez's death was an "irreparable loss" for Latin America, "We have lost a revolutionary, but millions of us remain inspired." However Michael Moynihan in the Daily Beast says "good riddance" to the leader.
What's your view on the death of this divisive leader?
 #whys One Million Refugees Have Fled Syria20130307 The UN high commission has now estimated that a million refugees have now fled the conflict in Syria. Half of those refugees according to the UN were children often traumatised by their experiences. We hear from people who have recently visited these refugee camps, and talk to those who have fled to neighbouring countries on why they left, and whether they believe they will ever return to Syria.
 Whys 60: The World’s Foreign Policy Towards America20130307 How much of the world's foreign policy is dominated by a country's attitude towards America? Hugo Chavez was well known for his anti-Americanism, and today North Korea has accused the US of pushing to start a war and said it would exercise its right to launch a pre-emptive nuclear attack against its aggressors.
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 #whys Australia Apologises For Forced Adoption Policy20130321 We discuss the apology by Prime Minister Julia Gillard for Australia’s forced adoption policy.
Tens of thousands of babies of unmarried, mostly teenage mothers between the 1950’s and 1970’s were thought to have been taken by the state in an effort to avoid ‘shame’ and given to childless married couples.
Many in Australia have greeted the apology, but some say it is overdue. What hear your reaction?
 Whys 60: What Do Kurdish People Want?20130321 What do Kurdish people want? The jailed leader of Kurdish rebels fighting Turkey, Abdullah Ocalan, has called for a truce after years of war, raising hopes of peace. Also, we'll ask what Twitter means to you, as the micro blogging site celebrates its 7th birthday.
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 #whys Your Questions To African Scientists In Kampala20130328 Today on WHYS live from Uganda; Dr. Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu, a senior robotics engineer at NASA, CERN Project Director Tejineder Verdee (senior member of team which found the Higgs-Boson) & Jimmy Pritchard of the International Centre for Insect Physiology will take questions about science in Africa, and about the work that they do.
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 Whys: Pakistan Prosecutor In Bhutto Case Killed20130503 Pakistan's main government prosecutor in a number of high profile cases including the murder of the former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has been shot and killed in the capital, Islamabad. Chaudhry Zulfiqar's killing comes as the former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf is under house arrest over accusations that he was involved in Benazir Bhutto's murder in 2007. We hear reaction from people in Pakistan who will be voting next week.
 Your Questions To Anc's Thandi Modise20130503 Ms Modise - a former fighter in the ANC's militant struggle against apartheid who spent 10 years in jail - is now a senior member of the party. So what would you ask her?
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 Oklahoma City: Rescue Efforts, And Survivors Of The Tornado Tell Their Stories20130521 Dozens have been killed by a tornado in Oklahoma City. We hear from survivors of the disaster and get the latest news on the relief and rescue efforts.
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 The Latest From Oklahoma City20130521 We hear the latest from Oklahoma City where a tornado has hit the suburbs.
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 America's Gun Owners; London Soldier Killing Investigation20130523 We put your questions to America's gun owners from a firearms store in Texas. Plus, the latest on the killing of a soldier hacked to death on the streets of London.
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 World Have Your Say20130523 Continuing coverage of the murder of a member of the British army in south-east London on Wednesday. We will be live in Woolwich, talking to residents about what happened.
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 Obama Approves Arms For Syrian Rebels20130614 The US has announced that they are now sure that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime has used chemical weapons against the rebels, which crosses President Obama's ‘red line', so now the US is going to supply more direct military aid to the opposition.
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 Live In Soweto20130624 We'll be live in Soweto, speaking to South Africans about Nelson Mandela.
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 Should Edward Snowden Be Given Shelter?20130624 We ask what country will shelter the US fugitive and why?
We speak to people around the world to ask what country will shelter the NSA whistleblower and US fugitive and why?
 Attack On Afghan Presidential Palace20130625 The Taliban claim responsibility for bomb and gun attack in Kabul
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 The Emir Of Qatar Hands Power To His Son20130625 We speak to people in Qatar about Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani stepping aside.
The Emir of Qatar has stepped aside after ruling for 18 years.
Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani has handed power to his 33-year-old son, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, saying it's time for the emirate to turn over a new leaf. "Our youth have proved in recent years that they are resolute people, that they comprehend the spirit of the times and participate in it."
A peaceful handover is a rarity for the Gulf, where most rulers remain in power for decades.
Sheikh Hamad saw Qatar transform from a tiny Gulf state to an influential global player. Known as "London's landlord", his trophy assets include Harrods and The Shard in the UK. Qatar also funded rebels in Libya and is now doing the same in Syria.
At 17:00 GMT, we'll hear from people in Qatar. What would you like to ask them?
 Australian Pm Defeated In Leadership Vote20130626 Julia Gillard is ousted in the party leadership ballot by Kevin Rudd - the man she won it from
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 The Us Supreme Court Rules On Same-sex Marriages; And Transgender Rights20130626 We get reaction to the US Supreme Court ruling that overturns a law defining marriage as between a man and a woman only. And, after a separate legal case in the United States affirmed the rights of a six-year-old transgender girl, we talk to people who feel they were born the wrong sex and who want to live as the opposite gender.
 Egyptian President Warns Divisions Threatening Country20130627 Reaction to a major speech by the Egyptian president marking his first year in office.
Reaction to a major speech by the Egyptian president Mohammad Morsi marking his first year in office in which he warned that political divisions are threatening the future of the country.
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 India's Floods Crisis / What Do Africans Think Of Obama?20130627 We hear from the recovery operations in India, and we discuss what Obama is to Africans.
We hear from the Indian state of Uttarakhand where over 800 people have been killed by floods. And as Barack Obama visits Senegal we discuss how he's perceived in Africa.
 Should Babies Be Conceived Through Ivf With Dna From Three People?20130628 What do you think of babies being conceived through IVF with DNA from three people?
Experts have said this could eliminate some diseases passed from mother to child. However some see this as unethical, and question how this might impact couples considering adoption or using egg donors.
We hear from someone from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research who have done research into this and find out what you want to ask them.
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 Your Questions To The United Nations Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay20130628 We put your questions to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
We put your questions to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, including her stance on the Syrian conflict, Tibet and U.S.drone strikes in Pakistan.
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 Have You Had To Pay A Bribe?20130709 Corruption is getting worse. According to a recent survey by Transparency International, one in four people have had to pay a bribe.
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 Leaked Bin Laden Report Reveals Pakistan Failures20130709 Incompetence and negligence allowed Osama Bin Laden to live in Pakistan undetected for almost a decade - according to a leaked government document. The report also shows the killing of Bin Laden by US forces was a 'criminal act of murder' ordered by the US president.
The report, which has been surpressed by the Pakistani government, was leaked to Al Jazeera and includes details of Bin Laden's time in Pakistan. While living in Swat valley, Bin Laden evaded detection when a car he was travelling in was pulled over for speeding.
At 10:30 GMT we'll hear reaction from people in Pakistan. What would you like to ask them?
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 Canada Train Crash And Asiana Flight - Does It Matter Who's To Blame?20130710 When tragedies on a large scale take place and lives are lost, finger pointing often follows. Does it matter who is to blame?
 What Do You Make Of This Sign? And, How Would You Fix Egypt?20130710 A cafe owner in England has put up a sign outside her business telling customers she is black, in protest at what she claims is a racist reaction from some customers when they see her. And, over the past week we've discussed the crisis in Egypt with Egyptians on both sides of the debate. Today we turn to people outside the country to discuss solutions to the political impasse.
 Do 'publicity Stunts' Achieve Anything?20130711 As Greenpeace protesters climb the Shard in London, what does such action achieve?
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 Do Publicity Stunts Ever Change Anything?20130711 As a group of environmental protestors scale a skyscraper in central London to demonstrate against oil drilling in the Arctic, we debate whether publicity stunts ever bring about political or economic change. Photo: Press Association. Greenpeace activists begin their ascent of the Shard.
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 Syria Conflict; Us-russia Talks Cancelled20130808 We hear from Syria where state television has broadcast images of President Bashar al-Assad praying at a mosque after a reported attack on his convoy in Damascus. Syrian officials said Mr Assad was at the mosque for prayers marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
What next for US-Russian relations? The Kremlin says it is 'disappointed' the US cancelled bilateral talks in September, after Russia granted asylum to intelligence-leaker Edward Snowden. Russian President Vladimir Putin's foreign affairs adviser said the move showed the US could not develop ties with Russia on an 'equal basis'. A White House aide said Mr Snowden's asylum had deepened the pre-existing tension between the two countries.
 World Have Your Say At Edinbrugh Festival20130808 Live from the Edinbrugh Festival discussing wheather or not comedy should be censored.
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 Egypt's 'day Of Rage'20130816 We speak to people in Egypt as the Muslim Brotherhood holds rallies to protest over the hundreds killed in demonstrations on Wednesday. We also discuss if the international response to the crisis has been strong enough.
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 Yelena Isinbayeva Controversy20130816 World pole vault champion, Yelena Isinbayeva has sparked controversy by speaking out against homosexuality. She defended new laws in her native Russia which makes it illegal to to give under-18s information about homosexuality
(Photo: Russia's Yelena Isinbayeva smiles on the podium during the medal ceremony for the women's pole vault at the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow. Credit: Getty Images)
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 Refugees Stories20130823 As the United Nations says that more than a million children and their families have had to flee the violence in Syria, refugees tell us their stories. Plus, the police in India are investigating another gang-rape. We speak to Indians and visitors to the country about attitudes to women and their perceptions of living and travelling in India.
Photo: Reuters.
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 Syria: One Million Child Refugees20130823 We speak to Syrian refugees and those supporting them to find out what life is like now.
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World Have Your Say [World Service] 20130904 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
World Have Your Say [World Service] 20130904 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
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 G20 Split On Syria20130906 The G20 in Moscow, Australia's election push, and Kenya and the International Criminal Court.
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 Return Of The Cold War?; 2020 Olympics20130906 Russia has strongly criticised the Obama administration's call for military strikes on its ally Syria, saying it disputes that President Assad would use chemical weapons. It comes after tension over Russia giving the American whistleblower Edward Snowden temporary asylum and US criticism of the Kremlin's human rights record. We discuss if we're seeing the emergence of a new form of the Cold War between the two former adversaries. Plus, we look at which city will host the 2020 Olympics, which will be announced on Saturday:
Photo: President Obama and President Putin at the G20 summit in St Petersburg (Reuters).
World Have Your Say [World Service] 20130909 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
World Have Your Say [World Service]How To Sell A War; Russian Plan To Avert Syria Strikes20130909 How do governments convince a sceptical public of the need for military action overseas?
World Have Your Say [World Service]Delhi Gang Rape Verdict20130910 Reaction to the guilty verdict of four men for the rape and murder of a student in Delhi
World Have Your Say [World Service]Syria And The Icc20130910 Is Obama showing decisive leadership on Syria? Also, is The ICC unfair on Africa?
World Have Your Say [World Service]Obama Puts Syria Strikes On Hold; German Election Debate20130911 U.S pursues plan to get Syria to hand over chemical weapons; election debate from Berlin.
World Have Your Say [World Service]Syria: Obama Vows To Pursue Diplomacy20130911 Reaction to President Obama has postponing a Congress vote on military action in Syria.
World Have Your Say [World Service] 20130912 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
World Have Your Say [World Service]Syria's Diaspora20130912 How are Syrians around the world reacting to the developing Syrian diplomacy story?
World Have Your Say [World Service]Delhi Gang Rape: Four Sentenced To Death20130913 Reaction to the death sentences handed to four men convicted of rape and murder in Delhi
World Have Your Say [World Service]India Gang Rape Death Sentences; Students On Russia-america Relations20130913 Reaction in India to the Delhi gang-rape verdicts; plus students on Russia-America ties.
 Costa Concordia Salvage20130916 Survivors of the Costa Concordia disaster talk to WHYS on the day the ship is raised
 Us Navy Shooting ; Un Syria Chemical Report20130916 Reaction to UN Syria chemicals report. Costa Concordia survivors discuss ship operation.
World Have Your Say [World Service]Is It Important To Know Why The Navy Yard Gunman Did What He Did?20130917 How important is it to know the reasons behind the actions of the Navy Yard gunman?
World Have Your Say [World Service]What The World Makes Of The Latest Shooting In America20130917 President Obama condemns the latest shootings in a naval base in America as 'cowardly act'
World Have Your Say [World Service]America Accused Of Spying On Brazil's Leader20130918 The US has spied on Brazil's President Rousseff, according to leaked documents.
World Have Your Say [World Service]The Truth About Chemical Weapons; Should Video Games Be Given More Respect?20130918 Experts answer your questions about chemical weapons; should video games be deemed as art?
World Have Your Say [World Service]Iran Have Your Say20130919 As President Rouhani settles in to office, is Iran's place in the world changing?
World Have Your Say [World Service]Iran Says It Would Never Build Nuclear Weapons20130919 We speak to Iranians about Rouhani's statements dismissing nuclear weapons fears
World Have Your Say [World Service]Is The Catholic Church Changing For The Bettter?20130920 We hear Catholics debating whether the Cathoilic Church needs a new balance.
World Have Your Say [World Service]Syrian Civil War 'in Stalemate'20130920 Syria's deputy prime minister says the government is ready to propose a ceasefire
World Have Your Say [World Service]Kenya's Westgate Shopping Mall Siege: We Hear From Eyewitnesses And Survivors Of The Attack20130923 Kenya's Westgate shopping mall siege: We hear from eyewitnesses and victims of the attack.
World Have Your Say [World Service]Westgate Attack In Kenya20130923 You help us report the latest developments in the stand-off at a Nairobi shopping centre
 Aftermath Of Peshawar And Nairobi Attacks20130924 What is happening on the ground in Peshawar and Nairobi following the weekend attacks?
 Is There A Link Between Terror Attacks In Kenya And Pakistan?20130924 We speak to people in Nairobi and in Peshawar to get their reaction
 Kenya In Mourning; Pakistan Quake; And Can Iran Be Trusted?20130925 We hear from Kenyans who have lost loved ones in the al-Shabab shopping mall attack.
 What Happened In The Kenya Mall Attack?20130925 We hear from security experts, journalists and people caught up in the Nairobi mall siege.
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 What Does The Shutdown Say About The American Political System?20131001 The US Congress has failed to agree a budget and a partial federal government shut down has begun. What does the shutdown say about the American political system? This is the first partial shut down in 17 years and over 700,000 federal employees face unpaid leave with no guarantee of back pay once the deadlock is over. We'll bring together Americans who have been affected by the shutdown to tell us what it feels like to be in America right now. What questions would you like to ask our American guests?
 What Has The Us Government's Shutdown Done To America's Image Abroad?20131001 America's government has begun a partial shutdown for the first time in 17 years. The BBC's Mark Mardell in Washington says the divide in US politics has grown so bitter that government itself cannot function. How has the shutdown affected America's image abroad?
(Picture: White House with the American flag. Credit Associated Press/Doug Mills)
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 How Has Your Life Been Affected By Your Father?20131002 The Daily Mail - a national tabloid newspaper in the UK has written an article about Ralph Milliband - the father of the Labour Leader Ed Milliband. The article's headline: "The Man who hated Britain". The Labour leader said he was "appalled" that after offering him a right of reply, the paper had repeated its original article and "described my father's legacy as evil." Should children be blamed or labelled for the sins of their fathers?
 Is The Shutdown In America Doing Any Real Damage?20131002 We speak to financial experts and the BBC's language services and look at what effect the US shutdown is having on America's image abroad and on financial markets.
 African Migrant Boat Disaster20131003 Dozens of African migrants are killed after their boat capsizes off the coast of Italy.
 African Migrant Boat Disaster20131003 We get the latest news after dozens of African migrants are killed after their boat sank off the Italian coast. We speak to former migrants who've made the same perilous trip to Europe and ask if European countries can do more to help refugees.
Photo: the bodies of some of those who died in the disaster are laid out at the harbour at Lampedusa. Picture: Reuters.
 What Does The Commonwealth Mean To You?20131003 We'll speak to Gambians about their country's withdrawal from the Commonwealth.
 What Does The Commonwealth Mean To You?20131003 The Gambia is to withdraw from the Commonwealth, saying it "will never be a member of any neo-colonial institution and will never be a party to any institution that represents an extension of colonialism."
Are you in The Gambia or a Commonwealth country? What do you think about The Gambia's withdrawal? What does the Commonwealth mean to you?
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 Lampedusa; Afghanistan Cricket20131004 With up to 300 migrants now thought to have died as they tried to reach the Italian island of Lampedusa, where does responsibility lie for a tragedy like this? Also, we hear from Afghans as their cricket team is on the verge of qualifying for the Cricket World Cup.
(Photo credit: Rescuers lift a body bag as they reach the port of Lampedusa, southern Italy. (AP Photo/Danilo Taralli)
 Refugees Stories; Sex And The Music Industry20131004 As the number of migrants drowned in the Lampedusa migrant ship disaster increases, we speak to refugees who have made similar perilous journeys to start a new life in richer countries. How have they fared in their new homelands and were the risks worth it? Would anything have stopped them making the hazardous trip to their new home?
Also, we discuss singer Sinead O'Connor's open letter to the pop star Miley Cyrus urging her not to allow the music industry to "prostitute" her. Is her criticism justified?
(Photo: Cuban migrants photographed earlier this year heading towards Central America and the United States. Credit: Reuters)
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 Egypt Violence, Libya Raid & Iran #jeans20131007 After at least 50 people die in Cairo in violence between police and supporters of former President Morsi, we speak to people who were there. Also, was the United States' raid to capture a terror suspect in Libya justified? We also discuss how people from Iran are using social media to refute the suggestion from Israel's Prime Minister in a BBC Persian interview that Iranians don't wear jeans.
Picture: Ramsis Square in Cairo on Sunday
Credit: REUTERS/ Mohamed Abd El Ghany
 Iran #jeans Controversy20131007 A group of young Iranians and Israelis react to the Iran #jeans controversy, following comments made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. How do young people in both countries perceive each other?
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 Libya Usa; Smoking; Brazil Education20131008 Libya has summoned the US ambassador to discuss the the country's capture of a suspected Al Qaeda leader at the weekend. We hear from Libya and USA and ask if there is a problem with how Anas al-Liby was seized? As the EU votes to tighten smoking legislation, we speak to young people and ask them what makes smoking attractive to them? Also, with new protests in Brazil, we speak to Brazilians asking them what is wrong with the country's education system? (Photo credit: REUTERS/FBI/Handout via Reuters)
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 Should Malala Be Allowed To Be A Normal Teenager?20131008 This week it will be hard to ignore 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai. Malala's autobiography I am Malala is out today. Tomorrow marks the anniversary of her shooting by the Taliban and on Friday she may become the world's youngest nobel laureate. Malala insists - "We must talk to the Taliban to get peace. I want to change the future of my country and I want to make education compulsory." Rob Crilly in the Daily Telgraph says it might be better if she focuses on her education. Do you agree?
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 How Do You Break A Deadlock?20131009 How do you break a deadlock? It is the second week of the US government shutdown, and Republicans are calling on Barack Obama to open negotiations with them, saying they are disappointed the President "refuses" to do so. For his part, Mr Obama says Republicans "don't get to demand ransom in exchange for doing their jobs". So how is it possible to end an impasse like this? What is the key to successful negotiation between two entrenched sides?
(Photo: President Barack Obama speaks about the the budget and the partial government shutdown on 8 Oct, 2013. Credit: AP)
 Un Haiti, What's Normal In Turkey?, Drc's Wealth20131009 As Haiti's victims of the biggest cholera epidemic in recent history file a compensation claim against the United Nations, we ask should the UN be above the law? Turkey has lifted a ban on headscarves being worn in the civil service as part of what Prime Minister Erdogan calls 'a step toward normalisation'. What is normal in Turkey? Also, we discuss the vast wealth of The Democratic Republic of Congo, which is also one of the world's most troubled countries.
(Picture: Cholera patients being treated in St. Marc, Haiti, on November 6, 2010. Credit: Getty images)
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 Libya Prime Minister Detained And Released20131010 Prime Minister Ali Zeidan is taken by gunmen from his hotel to an unknown location, then released hours later. We explain what we know and what we don't so far, as well as answer your questions about the state of Libya, two years on from the fall of Colonel Gaddafi.
(Picture: Ali Zeidan at a press conference in July. Credit: Mahmud Turkiamahmud/AFP/Getty Images)
 Who Should Win The Nobel Peace Prize?20131010 Vladimir Putin and Malala Yousafzai are nominated, but who do you want to win it?
Photo: Christopher Furlong / Getty Images
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 The Nobel Peace Prize; Malala's Week, Formula 1 Test Driver Maria De Villota, India Domestic Violence20131011 Nobel Peace Prize 2013: we look at the winner - The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons - and the losers. Malala Yousafzai has been in the news all week, we discuss her inspirational young life.. In India two separate campaigns against domestic violence have gone viral on social media.
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 Live In Malta Talking To Migrants20131014 Live in Malta discussing the issue of migrants trying to escape from Africa and the Middle East to Europe.
 Should Non-muslims Be Able To Use The Word Allah To Refer To God?20131014 Should non-Muslims be able to use the word Allah to refer to God?
A Malaysian court has ruled that non-Muslims cannot use the word Allah in their own faiths and that it must be exclusive to Islam, or it could cause public disorder.
Should any country, religion or people take ownership of a word?
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  20131015 The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
 Airbrushing In The Entertainment Industry; Immigration In Malta20131015 What's wrong with airbrushing? Campaigners are calling for restrictions on the way magazines airbrush photos, we ask is there anything wrong with doing this? We also hear from people who have risked their lives to come to Europe discussing their situation with Maltese people.
(Photo credit: Sarah Brimley)
 Malta Talks To Its Migrant Community20131015 We're back with Nuala in Malta, bringing Maltese people and migrants together to get a sense of what happens next for these people. We'll also find out how Maltese people view immigrants and what chances they have of fitting in. The team have heard a lot about how people from Syria are viewed more favourably than people from Africa.
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 "this Is Not A Republican Or Democrat Issue. It's The Greatest Threat To The Productivity And Prosperity Of The Us Economy."20131016 A fiery debate on the US shutdown. We asked who is to blame? And Philippines earthquake survivors' stories.
 India Stampede, American Debt Crisis And Bosnia Goes To Brazil20131016 The death toll in India's stampede has risen to 115 people officials say, but despite this, the celebration of the Hindu festival goes on. This story has been covered all over the world with emphasis placed on the horror of what's happened. Despite the international coverage and the tragedy -life goes on in India. Is there a sense of indifference?
Another story being talked about is America and its debt crisis. Despite it being on the brink of not paying its bills, there is still a sense of humour here with social media alight with jokes about the situation.
And if you've been following the football everyone is talking about one country - Bosnia Hercegovina. They made history on Tuesday after qualifying for the World Cup for the first time in the nation's history. After a turbulent past this is a great achievement for the team. There have been celebrations in Sarajevo overnight reflecting their joy.
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 Us Debt Crisis. Has The Shut Down Changed American Politics?20131017 End of Shutdown - Has US politics changed?
 Us Debt Crisis: Is President Obama Stronger Or Weaker Now?20131017 The US debt default has been averted temporarily. Is President Obama stronger or weaker now? We will get international reaction to the deal and speak to American public workers on their first day of work after about two weeks.(Picture: President Obama briefs the press late on Wednesday night. Credit: Saul Loebsaul / AFP / Getty Images)
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 Kenya Mall Attack - Suspect Named20131018 One of the men suspected of carrying out the Westgate shopping centre attack in Kenya last month has been identified as a 23-year-old Norwegian citizen. Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow was born in Somalia, but fled to Norway with his family at the age of nine, returning to Mogadishu as an adult. We talk to Norwegians about their reaction to this news.
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 Why Are More And More Of Us Lonely?20131018 The British Health Secretary has said it is a source of national shame that up to 800,000 people in the UK are suffering from chronic loneliness. We speak to people who describe themselves as lonely to find out about their lives.
 Australia Fires And Greek Roma Child20131021 We talk to people close to fires in New South Wales, as authorities fear they will merge.
 Australia Fires And Greek Roma Child20131021 We talk to people close to fires in New South Wales, Australia, as authorities fear they will merge. Also, we report and discuss the story of the blonde girl, 'Maria', found in a Roma community in Greece with people who are not her parents.
Photo: Lyndon Dunlop at his grandparents' home in Winmalee, destroyed by fire.
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 Firefighters Tales20131021 The latest on the Australian bush fires, plus we speak to firefighters about their work.
 Firefighters Tales20131021 As the emergency services tackle huge bush fires in New South Wales, we hear the latest from Australia and also talk to firefighters around the world about the dangers and realities of their profession.
Photo: A firefighter tackles a blaze near the village of Bell in the Blue Mountains. Picture: Associated Press.
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 Should Facebook Allow People To Share Violent Images?20131022 As Facebook reverses a ban on violent images, does sharing such images lead to more violence? Is there anything wrong with sharing them? What is the impact on children?
(Photo shows Facebook logo near computer screen in London. Credit: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)
 Who Are The 'friends Of Syria'?20131022 In London, foreign ministers from eleven countries - the so-called Friends of Syria group - are trying to encourage opposition groups "to have a united position" ahead of talks in Geneva. The UK foreign secretary has said bolstering Syria's moderate opposition is crucial to excluding extremists from power in the war-gripped country. He also said that an increasingly prominent role was being played in Syria by Islamist rebels linked to al-Qaeda, who are engaged in no kind of peace process.
Photo: Associated Press /Oli Scarff
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 Australia Fires And Us Saudi Relations20131023 We talk to people affected by the fires in New South Wales.
Picture: Smoke rises from a wildfire near Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia.
Credit: AP Photo/NSW Rural Fire Service
 Should Religious Leaders Live A Modest Life?20131023 Pope Francis has suspended a cleric nicknamed the Bishop of Bling by the German media after allegations that the equivalent of $42 million was spent renovating his home. We discuss whether it really matters if religious leaders are rich or poor.
Photo: The Bishop of Limburg Franz-Peter Tebartz-van-Elst. Picture: Associated Press.
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 Roma Have Your Say20131024 We’ll be at a Roma site outside of London talking to members of the travelling community. This comes after a week when three Roma families – one in Greece and two in the Republic of Ireland – have had their children removed from them. In both Irish cases, authorities’ concerns proved unfounded – although in Greece, DNA testing has shown the blonde child was not biologically related to her parents. The cases have highlighted attitudes towards the Roma across Europe.
(Photo: The child removed from a Roma settlement in Greece. Credit: Hellanic police)
 Us Spying Row: Your Reaction20131024 German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called US President Barack Obama to demand an explanation after secret service reports appeared to show that US intelligence agencies had tapped her mobile phone for years. Angela Merkel is reported to be "livid". Is her anger justified? We hear from Germany and the US.
(Photo: President Barack Obama and Chancellor Angela Merkel. Credit: CHRISTOF STACHE/AFP/Getty Images)
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 Is There Anything Wrong With Spying On Your Allies?20131028 Is there anything wrong with spying on your allies?
According to leaked documents it's been revealed that the US National Security Agency secretly monitored 60 million phone calls in Spain in one month. We also know that they listened in to the German Chancellor's mobile phone calls for a decade and only last week the French Newspaper, Le Monde reported that the agency collected some 70 million French phone records between last December and January. It's also been reported, a US listening unit was based in its Berlin embassy - and similar operations were replicated in 80 locations around the world.
 How Do Countries Spy On Each Other?20131029 How do agencies like the NSA gather such large quantities of surveillance material?
 How Do Countries Spy On Each Other?20131029 Diplomatic relations between America and its allies continue to show strain after revelations of large-scale intelligence gathering on citizens, and the interception of some leaders' phones.
But how do agencies like the National Security Agency gather such large quantities of information?
We speak to those who have worked for intelligence agencies around the world about the realities of eavesdropping and surveillance.
(Photo credit: REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach)
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 Tiananmen Square, Tunisia Suicide Blast20131030 We talk to guests about Monday's car crash in Tiananmen Square in Beijing which killed five people and injured 38 others. What happened and why is the square so politically sensitive?
We'll also speak to Tunisians about the suicide bomb attack in the Mediterranean resort town of Sousse. Since the 2011 uprising, which unseated long-time President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia has seen a rise in attacks by militants. Is this latest bombing sympotmatic of greater unrest in the country? What do people in Tunisia make of the recent unrest?
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 Kenya Rape; Desert Migrant Disaster20131031 We discuss attitudes to women and the judicial system in Kenya after men accused of gang raping a girl of 16 were told to cut grass outside a police camp as punishment. We also look at the case of 92 migrants, including women and children, found dead after trying to cross the desert in Niger. Finally, we're in Boston where the Red Sox have won the baseball World Series.
Photo: Protestors in Nairobi demonstrate against the lenient punishment given to men who allegedly raped a girl. Picture: AFP.
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World Have Your Say [World Service]Germany Intersex;pakistan Taliban Leader Reported Dead20131101 Germany has become Europe's first country to allow babies born of 'indeterminate sex' to be registered as neither male nor female.

We speak to people who have dealt with this situation in their lives, finding out how it affects a person and what decisions they have had to make.

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World Have Your Say [World Service]Morsi On Trial And Westgate Attack Charges20131104 Reaction from Egypt to the trial of ousted President Mohammed Morsi and we go live to Kenya where four people have been charged over the Westgate attack.

Picture: A banner of President Morsi held above a crowd. Credit: Reuters
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World Have Your Say [World Service]Should India Be Trying To Go To Mars? ; M23 To End Drc Insurgency20131105 Should India be trying to go to Mars? India has successfully launched a spacecraft to Mars - with the aim of becoming the fourth space agency to reach the Red Planet. The mission is costing $72m, which is considered to be comparatively cheap, but some commentators have still questioned whether a country with one of the highest rankings for childhood malnutrition in the world should be spending such money on a space mission.

Also, where does the future lie for the Democratic Republic of Congo? The M23 rebel group in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo says it's ending its insurgency, hours after the government claimed military victory. The movement has said it will adopt "purely political means" to achieve its goals.

(Picture credit: AFP PHOTO/Prakash SINGHPRAKASH SINGH/AFP/Getty Images)
 What Do You Look For In A Mayor?20131106 New York has a new mayor, Bill de Blasio. What can supporters expect from him?
World Have Your Say [World Service]What Do You Look For In A Mayor?20131106 Bill de Blasio has been elected as mayor of New York. Awaiting him is an international profile and a budget of 70 billion dollars. One voter says of the New Mayor: "When I look at Mr de Blasio, I see a bright light at the end of the tunnel," De Blasio won this election in a landslide victory and his voters know that his role is not merely symbolic, he CAN make a difference. Another elected mayor making the headlines is Toronto's mayor Rob Ford whose approval ratings have jumped up despite him admitting to taking crack cocaine in a "drunken stupor". He has refused to quit his position and says he intends to re run for election in 2014.

Photo: Associated Press
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World Have Your Say [World Service]Was Arafat Poisoned? ; Do We Need A Muslim Cartoon Superhero?20131107 An investigation into the death of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat is said to show high levels of radioactive material in his body. The Swiss scientists conducting the tests say they cannot be certain that Mr Arafat was poisoned with polonium. As we learn more about the outcome of the investigation we discuss what does what this could mean and where we are with the Middle East peace process?

Also, do need a Muslim cartoon superhero? The home of characters such as Spiderman and Hulk is introducing a new Muslim female character with special powers - a 16-year-old Muslim-American girl named Kamala Khan. Marvel Comics say it is important that their comics 'reflect the ever-changing world that we live in'.

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 Typhoon Haiyan Hits The Philippines; Should Rob Ford Stay In Office?20131108 We speak to people in the Philippines as typhoon Haiyan hits land
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World Have Your Say [World Service]Typhoon Haiyan Hits The Philippines; Should Rob Ford Stay In Office?20131108 We speak to people in the Philippines as typhoon Haiyan, possibly the biggest ever to hit land, batters the country. And, as another video of his drunken antics is watched by millions around the world, we ask if the Toronto mayor Rob Ford should stay in office.
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World Have Your Say [World Service]Searching For Missing Loved Ones In The Philippines20131111 We hear stories of Filipinos looking for friends and relatives in the disaster zone.

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World Have Your Say [World Service]Searching For Missing Loved Ones In The Philippines20131111 We hear stories of Filipinos looking for friends and relatives in the disaster zone.

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World Have Your Say [World Service]Latest From The Philippines20131112 We hear the latest from rescue agencies and those looking for missing people.

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World Have Your Say [World Service]Latest From The Philippines20131112 We hear the latest from rescue agencies and those looking for missing people.

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World Have Your Say [World Service]Typhoon Haiyan: Voices From The Philippines20131113 We speak to Filipinos about their stories of Typhoon Haiyan and its aftermath. Haiyan - one of the most powerful storms ever recorded on land - hit the coastal Philippine provinces of Leyte and Samar on Friday. On Tuesday, eight people died when a wall collapsed as thousands of survivors mobbed a food warehouse in the devastated city of Tacloban.

What do people across the Philippines think of their government's reaction to the Typhoon? Do they trust that aid will reach the worst-affected areas? And, now that communication is being restored, can they tell us more about what happened when the Typhoon hit?

(Photo: Two Filipinos walk on top of debris from buildings decimated by Typhoon Haiyan. Credit:REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco)
World Have Your Say [World Service]Typhoon Haiyan: Voices From The Philippines20131113 We speak to Filipinos about their stories of Typhoon Haiyan and its aftermath. Haiyan - one of the most powerful storms ever recorded on land - hit the coastal Philippine provinces of Leyte and Samar on Friday. On Tuesday, eight people died when a wall collapsed as thousands of survivors mobbed a food warehouse in the devastated city of Tacloban.

What do people across the Philippines think of their government's reaction to the Typhoon? Do they trust that aid will reach the worst-affected areas? And, now that communication is being restored, can they tell us more about what happened when the Typhoon hit?

(Photo: Two Filipinos walk on top of debris from buildings decimated by Typhoon Haiyan. Credit:REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco)
 Philippines: Analysis Of An Aid Mission20131114 We hear from those involved in the Philippines aid effort as well as previous disasters.
World Have Your Say [World Service]Philippines: Analysis Of An Aid Mission20131114 We hear from those involved in the Philippines aid effort as well as previous disasters.
 Philippines ; China Reform20131115 We hear the latest from the Philippines aid effort. Also, we discuss the major social reforms announced in China. The Communist party say they plan to relax some current regulations that will ease the country's one child policy and abolish China's much criticised system of labour camps. What does this mean for those living in China and how China is viewed in the modern world? (Picture credit: AFP PHOTO / WANG ZHAOWANG ZHAO/AFP/Getty Images)
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World Have Your Say [World Service]Philippines ; China Reform20131115 We hear the latest from the Philippines aid effort. Also, we discuss the major social reforms announced in China. The Communist party say they plan to relax some current regulations that will ease the country's one child policy and abolish China's much criticised system of labour camps. What does this mean for those living in China and how China is viewed in the modern world? (Picture credit: AFP PHOTO / WANG ZHAOWANG ZHAO/AFP/Getty Images)
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 Three Women Held As Slaves In London/ Reaction From Car/ Kenya Sex Workers20131121 Reaction to the news that three women held as slaves for 30 years have been released from a house in South London. We speak to people in the CAR about the worsening violence in their country. And we ask a group of Kenyan sex workers why they have opted not to use condoms.
Pic Credit: AFP
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 Are We Suprised By The London Slavery Case? In Iceland Five Years On From The Financial Crisis20131122 London slavery case. Three women held against their will for 30 years. Are we suprised that something like this could happen in London in the 21st century? Five years on from the Icelandic financial crisis, we're speaking to people who were affected. What do you want to ask them?
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 Iran Nuclear Deal: Reaction From Iran And Israel20131125 The US Secretary of State John Kerry has said the deal on Iran's nuclear program will make the world a safer place. The two countries that are furthest apart on this are Iran and Israel. We hear about the conversations happening in both these countries about the deal.
(Photo: Iranians hold up pictures of President Hassan Rouhani in support. Credit: AP Photo/ISNA,Hemmat Khahi)
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