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Every day BBC News - on TV, on radio and online - brings you the latest stories from across the globe... but what we want to hear are the issues that matter to you.

The part you play in making the news is very important. Whether it is breaking news or a featured item, your contribution can make a difference.

Have you seen or been involved in a news event?

Is something significant, bizarre or unusual happening where you live?

Have you got a story to tell or is there something you think we should follow up?

Are there topics you want to get the world talking about? What do you want to comment on? Or do you want to find out what others are talking about?

Terms and conditions for sending contributions to the BBC.

Here are the different ways to send in your contributions:

Mobile phone

You can send us your pictures and videos or an SMS to 61124. Or if you are outside the UK, send them to the international number +44 7624 800 100.

You can download the BBC News app on iOS or Android devices and send us images or contributions using the buttons in the app.

In some cases your text, as well as your images, may be used on BBC output. We will publish your name as you provide it (unless you ask us not to) but we will never publish your mobile phone number.

Email

Email your pictures, video or audio to us at yourpics@bbc.co.uk

In some cases your images or audio may be used on BBC output. We will publish your name as you provide it (unless you ask us not to) but we will never publish your email address.

Upload

You can also upload your video or pictures.

In some cases your images may be used on BBC output. We will publish your name as you provide it, unless you ask us not to.

Contact us on Twitter

Contact us at twitter.com/BBC_HaveYourSay

We may use your tweets displaying your Twitter username on BBC output.

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