World Have Your Say

World Have Your Say

The BBC News programme where you set the agenda.

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  • King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia dies

    Fri, 23 Jan 15

    Duration:
    27 mins

    Available:
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    We hear from Saudis on how they view their country today following the death of King Abdullah.

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  • What's going on in Ukraine?

    Thu, 22 Jan 15

    Duration:
    42 mins

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    Chloe Tilley speaks to people in Donetsk after bitter fighting between government troops and pro Russian rebels in recent weeks. This has led to the Ukrainian military withdrawing from the main part of the city's airport.

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  • Is menstruation "Taboo"?

    Wed, 21 Jan 15

    Duration:
    22 mins

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    3 days remaining

    Is the menstrual cycle the "last taboo" for women in sport? World Have Your Say discusses the subject after British player Heather Watson admitted feeling unwell during the Australian Open because of 'girl things'.

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  • Islam and Democracy

    Tue, 20 Jan 15

    Duration:
    27 mins

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    As part of Democracy Day, Shaimaa Khalil looks at democracy and Islam and asks if the faith has a problem with democracy, or vice versa

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  • #OccupyPlayground

    Mon, 19 Jan 15

    Duration:
    22 mins

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    Tear gas has been fired at children in Kenya who were protesting about the sale of their playground to a private developer. Several children were hurt in the police action to disperse the protest and have been taken to hospital. We hear reaction from Kenyans.

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