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Where and when is World News Today with Zeinab Badawi broadcast?

World News Today is broadcast weekdays at 1900, 1930 and 2000 GMT on the BBC World News channel.

Please visit the BBC World News website for details of how to subscribe to the channel and transmission times in your region.

Do you provide transcripts?

Unfortunately we do not have the resources to transcribe our programmes. On the occasion of a full transcript being available, we will post it on our website.

Is it possible to purchase copies of the programme?

Unfortunately, we are unable to offer this service.

Where else can I find World News Today with Zeinab Badawi on the internet?

You can follow World News Today on Twitter or become a fan of the programme on Facebook.

Can you tell me about job opportunities/work experience?

All BBC jobs are advertised at the BBC Jobs page. The site also includes information on careers and trainee schemes within the BBC. All BBC work experience queries should be directed to: BBC Work Experience, PO Box 27118, London, W12 8ZL Tel: 020 8225 9883 E-mail: work.experience@bbc.co.uk

Why has my comment not been published or read out on air?

We cannot publish all comments that we receive due to the volume sent. However, we aim to publish a good cross-section of the views we receive.

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