Fri, 21 Nov 14
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What should happen to an ex-Islamic State bride now she's returned home? A Dutch teenage girl, a Muslim convert, was brought back from Syria with the help of her mother. She has appeared in court on suspicion of threatening state security. The 19-year-old, known as Aicha, was arrested when she returned to her home city of Maastricht on Wednesday. How should the Dutch authorities handle her case? Is she a threat to the country or should she be treated leniently?
Thu, 20 Nov 14
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As another fierce storm is bringing more snow to parts of the US north-east, we hear from people in the region about how it's affecting them.
Wed, 19 Nov 14
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We hear reaction from India to the arrest of Guru Rampal and ask why gurus are so popular in the country.
Tue, 18 Nov 14
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World Have Your Say is LIVE from Sheffield asking if convicted rapist Ched Evans should be allowed to play for Sheffield United.
Mon, 17 Nov 14
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What's it like to be a relative of a murderer? World Have Your Say hears from four people who share their stories.
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