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06/01/2011 (1400 GMT)

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

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Thu 6 Jan 2011 14:05GMT


  • Israel NGO debate

    Newshour discusses the deepening divisions in Israel over the work of human rights groups.

    Duration: 08:19

  • Renault espionage

    Christian Fraser in Paris reports on why the French industry minister says the country is facing "economic war."

    Duration: 03:45

  • Cricket inquiry

    Gordon Farqhaur is in Qatar at the special tribunal for 3 Pakistani cricketers accused of corruption.

    Duration: 02:51

  • Coming of Age

    As part of our special series, Peter Greste in Nairobi looks at how the Masai community approach the start of adulthood.

    Duration: 05:00

  • China military

    BBC China editor Shirong Chen and defence analyst Rahul Bedi discuss calls to double China's military budget.

    Duration: 05:58

  • Coptic Christians

    Jon Leyne is in Cairo as preparations are made for Coptic Christmas Eve amid tight security.

    Duration: 04:10

  • Ivory Coast

    BBC's Africa editor Martin Plaut on the opening of a new UN refugee camp in Liberia for the thousands fleeing Ivory Coast.

    Duration: 03:50

  • Jewish scribe

    Avielah Barclay is an Orthodox Jewish woman working in a role traditionally reserved for men.

    Duration: 04:46


  • Thu 6 Jan 2011 14:05GMT

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