Death in the mosque
Pakistani troops continue the assault on the Red Mosque, in the heart of the capital, Islamabad.
A military spokesman has put a figure to the bloodshed: up to 50 militants and eight soldiers. But no one really knows how many have been killed and what the final death toll will be.
Were the Pakistani authorities right by deciding to storm the mosque compound? Should we go back to the story and hear from people in Islamabad?
Also, the US Congress is having another go at president Bush's "surge". The Senate, where the Democrats have a majority, has started debating a bill that could lead to an early pull-out of American troops in Iraq.
The US has put 30,000 extra troops in Iraq. Is it working? Is it making any difference?
And in China the former head of the food and drug safety administration has been executed. He's been found guilty of taking bribes to approve unsafe medicines, some of which killed patients.
What does that say about the standards of Chinese products? Will this scandal affect the image of China's goods abroad?
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