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Wednesday, 10 December, 2003, 15:45 GMT
SPECIALS



Ask President Lula da Silva of Brazil
The President of Brazil Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva took part in a special interactive Talking Point.


Ask NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark
Helen Clark, the outspoken prime minister of New Zealand answered your questions in a special edition of Talking Point.

Ask Mexico's President Fox
President Vicente Fox took your questions in a special edition of our interactive phone-in, Talking Point.

Everest: Ask Sir Chris Bonington
Everest 50 years on: Mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington answered your questions.

Talking Point Special: Jack Straw
The UK's Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw was our guest in a special edition of our phone-in programme, Talking Point.

Ask Russian foreign minister
Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov answered your questions in a special edition of our interactive programme, Talking Point.

Iraq: Global phone-in
Do you have questions about Iraq? What are your opinions on war? What would you like to say about the evidence against Iraq? The world spoke.

You asked Tony Blair
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair answered your questions in a special interactive edition of the phone-in programme Talking Point to mark the 70th anniversary of the BBC World Service.

Kofi Annan: Interactive lecture
Kofi Annan, the United Nations Secretary-General, answered some of your questions during a special interactive lecture to mark the 70th anniversary of the BBC World Service.

You asked Aung San Suu Kyi
The pro-democracy leader in Burma and previous winner of the Nobel Peace prize, Aung San Suu Kyi was our guest on Talking Point . She took part in a programme in our special series to mark the 70th anniversary of the BBC World Service.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
10 December is United Nations Human Rights day. Sergio Vieira de Mello the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights anwered your questions.

You asked the Director of the BBC World Service
Mark Byford, Director of BBC World Service and Global News was our guest on Talking Point this week in our special series to mark the 70th anniversary of the BBC World Service.

Dr Abdullah Abdullah: Afghan foreign minister
Twenty three years of armed conflict have all but destroyed the fabric of Afghan society. The international community has said it will help rebuild Afghanistan, but are the Afghan people involved enough in these efforts?

Global phone-in
In our interactive programme you gave your views on how the world has changed and put questions to our reporters.

James Morris: World Food Programme
World leaders have renewed a pledge to cut world hunger in half by 2015 at the World Food Summit in Rome. Are we doing enough to help fight world famine?

Olara Otunnu: UN Representative for Children and Armed Conflict
As highlighted most recently in the Middle East and in Afghanistan, the effect of war on children can be far-reaching and devastating. You put your questions to the UN Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, Olara Otunnu.

Hamid Karzai: Talking Point Special
Afghanistan's interim leader, Hamid Karzai, answered your questions from Kabul in a special edition of Talking Point - the BBC's interactive phone-in programme.

Russia's President, Vladimir Putin
President Vladimir Putin of Russia answered your questions in a unique LIVE webcast.

King Abdullah:Talking Point special
The King of Jordan, Abdullah II, answered your questions in a special edition of Talking Point, the BBC's interactive phone-in programme.

President Olusegun Obasanjo: Talking Point Special
President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria was our guest in a special edition of Talking Point, the BBC's interactive phone-in programme.

Nelson Mandela and Graca Machel
Nelson Mandela, one of the world's most respected and admired statesmen, and his wife Graca Machel answered your questions in a special edition of our phone-in programme Talking Point, on Wednesday 29 August.

Mikhail Gorbachev: Talking Point Special
The BBC's Diplomatic Correspondent Bridget Kendall put your questions to Mikhail Gorbachev in a live webcast from Moscow.

Mary Robinson, UN Human Rights chief
Mary Robinson was our guest in a special edition of Talking Point, presented by Zeinab Badawi.

Don McKinnon: Talking Point special
Commonwealth Secretary General Don McKinnon was our guest in a special edition of Talking Point, the BBC's interactive multimedia phone-in programme.

Mark Shuttleworth answered your questions
Space tourist Mark Shuttleworth has started his tour of space. The world's second space tourist answered your questions live from the International Space Station.

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