World Have Your Say

World Have Your Say

The BBC News programme where you set the agenda.

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  • 'Jihadi John' identified & life in Gaza

    Thu, 26 Feb 15

    Duration:
    50 mins

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    Masked Islamic State militant 'Jihadi John' is identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British man. Also, has the world broken its promise to rebuild Gaza? We speak to people living in Gaza.

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  • What's it like living with a PTSD?

    Wed, 25 Feb 15

    Duration:
    53 mins

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    We are talking with the war veterans about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and what it is like once they return home or retire from the military

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  • Should the World Cup 2022 be held in winter?

    Tue, 24 Feb 15

    Duration:
    27 mins

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    A FIFA task force has recommended that the 2022 football World Cup be held in the months of November and December - which is Qatar's winter months - so players and spectators are more comfortable. But is that workable?

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  • What makes girls join Islamic State?

    Mon, 23 Feb 15

    Duration:
    50 mins

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    Three teenage girls from an East London school are heading to Syria to join Islamic State. This is a problem being experienced all over Europe: young people leaving their families to join IS. We're talking to young people in London, and a BBC correspondent in Turkey to hear about the journey they will take to get to Syria.

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  • Is commercial surrogacy ethical?

    Fri, 20 Feb 15

    Duration:
    13 mins

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    Is there anything wrong with paying women to carry other peoples’ babies? Is it time the world had some sort of international regulation of the practise? World Have Your Say spoke to women with personal involvement in surrogacy, as well as others.

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