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Tuesday's talking points

| 16:15 UK time, Wednesday, 7 March 2007

After quite a lot of two-ing and fro-ing today (I'm going to ignore the advice of my spell check and keep that sentence in) we have settled on today's topics:

1. Should it be illegal for a brother and sister to be in a relationship?
Patrick Stuebing and Susan Karolewski are German and are brother and sister - though they didn't know each other when they were growing up. When Patrick was 23 and Susan 16 they met and began a sexual relationship. They now have four children.

"Many people see it as a crime, but we've done nothing wrong," says Patrick. Do you agree?

2. Indonesia
An earthquake and a plane crash in the space of a couple of days. What's the reaction of people there? Are you from Indonesia and living elsewhere in the world? How are you feeling about your countries bad luck? It's late in Asia when we go on air but hopefully we can find out.

And one to watch - if you're in Nigeria, what's your reaction to your ruling party presidential contender, Umaru Yar'Adua, saying he is well enough to run in April's polls?


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