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Your News on the BBC

Your World News is a weekly update of what you think we should be covering on BBC News. If there's something that's got you talking, we want to hear about it.
Anna Adams

Thousands of videos, pictures and emails are sent into the BBC every week and we are now choosing the best ones to make it onto Your World News.

So what do you have to do to make it on the programme? Quite simply get out there and send us what's happening in Your World.

We want the news from where you are.

You could film a protest on your mobile, capture the moment when the building collapsed, snap the pictures on your camera of the sandstorm, or record yourself on your webcam reacting to the week's big stories.

Always remember that you should never put yourself in danger or break any laws.

We've had viewers hitting the beach in Thailand showing us how the protests at airports have affected tourism and eyewitness reports of fires ripping through Los Angeles.

The show is presented by the BBC's Interactive Reporter Anna Adams. Anna and the BBC's interactive team looks through all the material you've sent and chooses the best video, texts, emails and pictures.

It doesn't matter whether you live in a city, on a island, under a tree, or on a boat just get out there and send us your news.

You can send your pictures and video to yourpics@bbc.co.uk, text them to +44 7725 100 100 or if you have a large file you can upload here.

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