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BBC World Have Your Say
World Have Your Say creates a global conversation where the BBC provides the platform, but contributors control what and how topics are discussed. World Have Your Say uses all technology available to make the program as open as possible: phone calls, text messages, tweets, emails and blog comments.
Friday, December 6, 2013 12:24pmLive in Soweto, we hear what Nelson Mandela means to people around the world
Thursday, December 5, 2013 11:10amA series of attacks that began with a suicide car bomb at Yemen's defence ministry, has left at least 29 people dead. It was described as a complex attack and one which commentators say bears all the hallmarks of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninisular. We speak to eyewitnesses in Yemen and to experts who can tell us - two and a half years after the death of Bin Laden - what is Al Qaeda today? We also speak to people in the Central African Republic, after fighting broke out just hours before a UN vote authorised French troops to join peacekeepers.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 10:58amWorld Have Your Say discusses the death of Hezbollah leader Hassan Al Lakkis. What does it tell us about the crisis in Middle East? Also following the train crash in the New York greater area - we talk to train drivers about what it's like to operate a train.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 11:25amAs a new global education study comes out - we ask what makes a "good education."? British Olympic diver Tom Daley has revealed in a video he is dating a man. World Have Your Say asks is this a courageous act in 2013?
Monday, December 2, 2013 11:05amAre people around the world getting angrier? There are ongoing protests in Ukraine and Thailand. In Ukraine, protestors are calling for the resignation of the government. The unrest was triggered last month by President Viktor Yanukovych's refusal to sign a deal on closer EU ties. And, in Thailand protestors have been calling for the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Are we more impatient for change now? Does social media have a role to play in facilitating or escalating protests?