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Microsoft founder Bill Gates sat down recently with CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta in Davos, Switzerland. The billionaire philanthropist was promoting his mission of eradicating polio by 2012.

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Message to Davos: Don't forget Africa
Africa is rising, and not because global summits such as Davos are delivering results.TMS Ruge was born in Masindi and is a successful global social entrepreneur

John Defterios blogs on Davos

From sand to snow - Saudi Arabia to Davos
The Middle East continues to witness some of the fastest growth rates in the world, a net positive if managed correctly, or a monstrous challenge if not. John Defterios travels to Davos to cover all the business news

Tweets from Davos

Celebrity sightings Davos style
Davos celebrity sightings (nerd version): Bill Gates, Marissa Mayer, Michael Porter, Larry Summers, Barney Frank. Dara O'Rourke, Professor at UC Berkeley.

Richard Quest blogs from Davos

Davos: We have begun
Ben Verwaayen, the CEO of Alcatel Lucent is worried about protectionism and wants a conclusion to the Doha round. Good luck, Ben.Richard Quest talks to the world's financial and political elite

World Economic Forum 2011

What is the World Economic Forum?
The World Economic Forum brings together business, political, intellectual and other leaders of society.

The forum meets annually in Davos, Switzerland, an upscale ski resort, to debate global issues.

Delegates have previously included philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates, rockstar Bono and former U.S. President Bill Clinton.

World Economic Forum website: Davos coverage 

Dateline Davos

Hosted by CNN's Richard Quest, Dateline Davos will bring together some of the world's most important business, social and political leaders at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos.

Watch the show on CNN International at the following times:

Saturday 29 January: 1030, 1830 and Sunday 30 January: 1600 (All times GMT)