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03/01/2011 (1400 GMT)

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

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Mon 3 Jan 2011 14:05GMT


  • Ivory Coast

    West African leaders tell Laurent Gbagbo to go or face the prospect of military action in Ivory Coast

    Duration: 09:58

  • Pakistan meeting

    With the departure of the Karachi-based MQM party, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, has started emergency talks

    Duration: 13:00

  • Japan rice cake

    Following New Year rice cake fatalities in Japan, Newshour looks at how to help someone who's choking on a mochi

    Duration: 17:23

  • Coming of age

    This week on Newshour, we hear from people around the world about those important moments in growing up

    Duration: 23:00

  • Australia floods

    With more than 20 towns and cities affected emergency services are frantically trying to get help to those who need it

    Duration: 34:12

  • Pakistan sex education

    A psychologist in Pakistan says he's received threats after publishing a book that offers sex education for young people

    Duration: 37:45

  • Facebook business

    The US bank Goldman Sachs and a Russian investor have each invested $500 million in the social network company Facebook.

    Duration: 40:22

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Today is the last day in office for California's movie star governor. Newshour looks back at some of his highs and lows.

    Duration: 42:36

  • Age of transformation

    Why do people make New Year's resolutions? Newshour looks at our desire for change

    Duration: 53:00


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