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Fiona Crack | 10:43 UK time, Thursday, 1 June 2006

On the agenda today, talks between the US and Iran and the state of emergency in Basra.

Shall we host our own Iranian - US talks? A debate is up and already popular.

What's it like to live in a state of emergency? We could gather some people from Basra to tell us.

Chilean student protests - the second day has been worse that the first.

There is rioting in Paris. Could we ask the French if they fear a long summer of violence protest?

And Saudi women gather to defend traditional dress including these two "Eissa, a fiery young Internet writer, and the lecturer, Afrah al-Humaydi ". Would it be good to hear from one of them and to put Muslim women callers to talk to them?

And where are we on the launch of the political party in the Netherlands that wants to lower the age of consent to 12?

On the Have Your Say site, the knife crime debate is still very busy. Do our audience want an update about what has been coming in?


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