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Should governments decide what you can eat? Beef is a big talking point in India
What's it like to be a victim of male domestic abuse?
People back from the Hajj discuss the number of people who died in the crush
If gun laws are not going to change, what could prevent US mass shootings?
Will humans soon be using robots as sex partners? Plus Russia and US - rivals in Syria?
Should countries pay compensation for the legacy of the slave trade?
How Afghan forces are fighting to retake the city of Kunduz, seized by the Taliban
Do Syrians think President Assad should play a role in the country's future?
We're live at a Catholic school in the Bronx to hear the Pope speak at the UN in New York
People from Saudi Arabia on the Hajj pilgrimage where more than 700 people have died
With global poverty on the UN agenda, we hear about deprivation in the heart of New York
Live at the UN in New York to hear young people discuss the Sustainable Development Goals
Republican hopeful Ben Carson says no to Muslim President and Viola Davis makes history.
US voters who love Donald Trump; Europe's migrant crisis seen from Kenya and Lebanon
Ahmed's story: what's it like being a US Muslim schoolkid? Plus Hungary's migrant tactics
An Ohio family's warning to heroin addicts; Zimbabweans on Mugabe, and Croatia's migrants
Is closing the Hungarian border a solution to the migrant crisis?
What is it like leaving family behind in Syria? Also, border controls tighten in Europe
A World Have Your Say special traveling with the migrants moving through Europe
A World Have Your Say special traveling with the migrants moving through Europe.
We hear from inside the predominantly Kurdish city of Cizre in Turkey
People in Munich discuss what they think Europe's values are