If there is a noun after „ihr“ (e.g. „ihr Vater“), then it means "her." Here, the verb is conjugated in the second-person plural form due to the final „-t“ (brauche, brauchst, braucht, brauchen, braucht, brauchen) and has „ihr“ right after it, so you know that this „ihr“ means "you (all)."
This sentence is confusing when learned from English, it means "Do you [guys, people] need your newspaper?". Duo should really give more context as German has both manners and genders while English has none. It doesn't have to be inside the sentence, just some visual hint in English versions.