Good morning, the top story is Lebanon - the truce is still holding. Is that what you want to talk about? There's some pretty interesting other stuff around. Let me try to convince you...
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has visited the Yasukuni shrine again. This time he's done it on 15 August, the anniversary of Japan's WWII surrender. Beijing and Seoul have both protested - Mr Koizumi said there'd be protests whenever he went.
Should we go to Gaza, where there's still no ceasefire - it's one year since the Israelis began their unilateral pullout, but the army has returned, and the violence continues. Yesterday, three Palestinians died after Israeli shelling in Beit Hanoun. What hopes for a ceasefire there?
Or what about the Iranian president's interview on US tv?
Here's a good talking point in today's Telegraph: Multi culturalism is to blame for "perverting" young Muslims.
And what about this story: NASA are unable to to find the moonwalking footage. Do you believe that it actually happened or was it all a conspiracy?
Would they trust us enough to come on Mainstream media?
Bill Gates breaks ranks with attack on US Aids policy
Billionaire says focus on abstinence has failed and calls for more rights for women and sex workers
And while the US and the western media back protests over controversial elections when it suits them, they are silent over those in Mexico after its presidential election.
Finally, the Daily Telegraph is asking a question: The UN has its place, but does it merit a building?
Now would be a good time to get rid of the UN building in New York altogether, writes Harry Mount, rather than spending a billion pounds on renovation work.