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Newshour's Guest Editor Week

Newshour's Guest Editor Week

Six leading women took a turn in the Newshour editor's chair in October. Listen to selected reports from Chelsea Clinton, broadcaster Yue Sai Kan, Google executive Susan Wojcicki, French journalist Anne Sinclair, Pakistani human rights lawyer Asma Jahangir and the former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark.

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Gallery: Exploring Havana


What could better ties with the US mean for Havana? Newshour went to find out.

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A mother with her injured son, Credit: Hasham Ahmed/AFP/Getty Images

BBC correspondents look at a topic in the news indepth

Fifty Women Who Made It Happen

Malala Yousafzai, Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Commemorate International Women's Day 2015 with stories from across the world

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