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  • Feb 27

    WHYS: Free speech in Bangladesh

    US-Bangladeshi blogger Avijit Roy has been hacked to death as he walked back from a book fair with his wife. World Have Your Say gets reaction to the murder from people in Bangladesh as well as friends and colleagues of Avijit Roy.
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  • Feb 26

    WHYS: 'Jihadi John' identified & life in Gaza

    Masked Islamic State militant 'Jihadi John' is identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British man. Also, has the world broken its promise to rebuild Gaza? We speak to people living in Gaza.
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  • Feb 25

    What's it like living with a PTSD?

    We are talking with the war veterans about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and what it is like once they return home or retire from the military
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  • Feb 24

    Should the World Cup 2022 be held in winter?

    A FIFA task force has recommended that the 2022 football World Cup be held in the months of November and December - which is Qatar's winter months - so players and spectators are more comfortable. But is that workable?
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  • Feb 23

    What makes girls join Islamic State?

    Three teenage girls from an East London school are heading to Syria to join Islamic State. This is a problem being experienced all over Europe: young people leaving their families to join IS. We're talking to young people in London, and a BBC correspondent in Turkey to hear about the journey they will take to get to Syria.
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