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What to do?

Peter van Dyk | 11:12 UK time, Thursday, 18 May 2006

Here's what we're interested in today - no decisions yet so tell us what you'd like to talk about.

First up is secularism, or Islam, in Turkey, following the shooting in court of five judges how do people there feel about Islam in public life?

We've followed the story in Nepal - should we go back to find out what people think about the reinstated parliament's plans?

Is it time to see what's up in Afghanistan? - 'Many dead' in major Afghan clash

Nigerians' reaction to parliament not letting Obasanjo run for a third term? I think it would be nice to hear something positive about democracy in Africa, and certainly we've heard anger from Nigerians in the past about the president's presumed desire for a third term. But democracy equals uncertainty: What's next for Nigeria?

And should we do an immigration special? It's everywhere:

  • US Senate backs border fence
  • Sarkozy Mali trip sparks protests
  • UK says it could take 10 years to deport all illegal immigrants
  • Spain seeks EU help on migrants

    Other stories we're bouncing around include the LRA in Uganda, a potentially expensive divource for Sir Paul McCartney, and the reports of abuse at Aborignal camps in Australia.

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