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08/03/2010

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 08 March 2010

Interviews, news and analysis of the day's global events.

Chapters

12 items
  • Nigeria village killings

    Human Rights activist Shamiki Gad Peter describes what he saw when he arrived in Jos.

  • Nigeria village killings

    The state government's Dan Manjang, says the police has to answer for its absence

  • Nigeria village killings

    Federal police spokesman Yemi Ajayi responds to the police critics.

  • Nigeria village killings

    BBC's Abuja bureau editor, Ahmed Idris looks at the background to the violence in Jos.

  • Operation Moshtarak

    Chris Morris in Kabul's Shahr-E-Naw reports on Afghan reaction to the Nato mission.

  • Oscars 2010

    The Hurt Locker wins 6 awards on a record breaking Oscar night.

  • Real life Hurt Locker

    Hugh Sykes meets members of the real Explosives Ordnance Disposal team in Baghdad.

  • Iraq election

    Dan Damon looks at yesterday's elections, were they a success despite the bomb attacks?

  • Burma election law

    Rachel Harvey discusses laws passed to regulate first elections to be held since 1990.

  • Superpower season

    John Sudworth tries to get South Koreans to go a week without logging on to the internet.

  • Superpower season

    Komla Dumor reports from the virtually internet-free Nigerian village of Gitata.

  • Pantheon concert closure

    Audience members are disappointed as a concert in Rome's Pantheon is stopped in its tracks

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