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31/01/2011 (1400 GMT)

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

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Mon 31 Jan 2011 14:05GMT

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  • Egypt protests

    Lyse Doucet is in Cairo as anti-government protests enter a seventh day.

    Duration: 05:21

  • Egypt protests

    Opposition parties have held a ‘people’s parliament’ meeting. Wael Nawara is the secretary general of one of the parties involved, El Ghad.

    Duration: 03:47

  • Egypt protests

    Lyse Doucet is in Tahrir Square, the main meeting place for protests in Cairo.

    Duration: 03:00

  • New Orleans policing

    Andy Gallacher reports on how a new police chief and mayor hope to counter a reputation of corruption in the city.

    Duration: 03:54

  • John Barry dies

    Arts reporter Vincent Dowd looks back at the life of the prolific British composer famous for his James Bond film scores.

    Duration: 04:45

  • Egypt protests

    John Sudworth reports from the centre of Cairo where a strong aerial military presence keeps watch on protesters.

    Duration: 03:12

  • Egypt protests

    James Reynolds looks at the reaction in Iran to recent developments in the Arab world.

    Duration: 02:29

  • China Egypt

    Professor David Kelly from the China Research centre at Sydney's University of Technology discusses Beijing’s reaction to the protests.

    Duration: 03:23

  • Jordan protests

    Prince Hassan of Jordan on the recent wave of protests spreading through the Arab world.

    Duration: 06:21

  • UK gangs

    British youth workers discuss the government’s new efforts to control youth gangs on the streets of the UK.

    Duration: 06:03

  • Rubber climber

    British climber Adam Potter speaks to Newshour after he survived a 300 metre fall down a Scottish mountain.

    Duration: 02:45

  • Rubber climber

    British climber Adam Potterspeaks to Newshour after he survived a 300 metre fall down a Scottish mountain.

    Duration: 02:45

Broadcast

  • Mon 31 Jan 2011 14:05GMT

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