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Have Your Say
Have Your Say
Viewers will be able to share their views on topical issues of the day and put their questions directly to leading figures in the world.
SHOWING TIMES
Sundays at 1405 GMT
Repeated: Sundays at 1830 and Mondays at 0230 (Not Asia Pacific or South Asia) GMT
Each week, BBC World viewers can join our multimedia phone-in programme, also broadcast on BBC World Service Radio and the BBC website.

Viewers will be able to share their views on topical issues of the day and put their questions directly to leading figures in the world.


Sunday 17th June:

This week on Have Your Say:

What are the consequences of a Hamas controlled Gaza Strip? Will the violence between Fatah and Hamas spread to the West Bank? Is International intervention in Gaza a possibility? What will Israel's response be? What are the consequences for the wider region?

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In recent programmes viewers have put their questions directly to the Russian and Georgian presidents as well as the opposition leader in Zimbabwe, other topics have included the new UN secretary general's appointment and North Korea's nuclear testing.

If you want to take part, full details of the week’s programme are on bbcnews.com/haveyoursay, and you can e-mail haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk with comments and questions. On Sundays, lines are open at 1230 GMT and viewers can call 00 44 208 749 5353.


 

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