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WHYS on Friday: Libya, Ivory Coast, Yemen and Syria

Ros Atkins Ros Atkins | 12:30 UK time, Friday, 1 April 2011

We've four editions on a Friday now (Chloe's just finished the first). Here's what's planned:

ON TV AT 1500GMT: LIBYA, SYRIA, YEMEN, IVORY COASTWe'll discuss the key questions about the situation in Libya.

1) Have the past two weeks justified the military intervention?

2) Should the West arm the rebels?

3) Is the threat of prosecution hindering efforts to get Col Gaddafi to go into exile?

4) Do those who are declaring a deadlock need to be patient?

We'll also have a BBC correspondent in Libya to answer your questions.

And we'll get your reports on the protests in Syria and Yemen, and on the fighting in Ivory Coast.

We'll continue the TV subjects on the radio, and we'll be live Louisiana with fishermen rebuilding their lives after the BP oil spill.

More time for those of you who ring in during the main edition.

If you've comments, questions or experiences that you want to share, please post here. If you leave your phone number, we won't publish it. Thanks.

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