Nobel Peace Prize
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize has gone to the imprisoned Chinese human rights activist - Liu Xiaobo. Newshour speaks to a former student and friend of Dr Liu.
BBC's Pascale Harter reports from Spain, which has received a third of all the migrants coming to Western Europe in the last few years and where 30 per cent of foreign workers are now jobless.
Robin Lustig asks if the Colombian government has the upper hand in its war against cocaine traffickers.
A report by the Senate Armed Services Committee found that private security contractors in Afghanistan often fail to vet local recruits and end up hiring people with links to the Taliban.
Newshour hears the latest from Hungary, where a fifth person has died as a result of the toxic sludge released when a reservoir at an aluminium plant burst earlier in the week.
This week sees the UK release of the film "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps", set during the financial crisis of 2008. Terry Smith, one of the grand statesmen of the City of London, reviews the film.
US Job Figures
The latest American job figures are out - the final indicator of employment prospects in the United States before next month's mid term elections.
The World Today's Fergus Nicoll has been talking to a Palestinian singer who can't help but mix the business of politics with the pleasure of singing.
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