Two prisoners could be freed on condition that one donates a kidney. Is this a good idea?
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What could the impact be of the Ivorian crisis on neighbouring countries?
Is Vladimir Putin the strong leader Russia needs or is he too powerful?
Elton John and his partner have had a baby boy through a surrogate. What do you think?
Haiti's Prime Minister has told the BBC that NGOs operating there are too powerful.
World Have Your Say is broadcast from the Centrepoint homeless hostel in central London.
Russia and the US sign a new nuclear arms treaty but does it mean more trust between them?
Should the UN step in in Ivory Coast? What example will it set for other African nations?
Julian Assange is fighting extradition to Sweden over rape allegations.Should he return?
Is South Korea as much to blame for tensions - and the threat of war - as the North?
WHYS goes to the home of a member of "Anonymous" to take your questions.
The idea of sovereignty is a powerful one but is it an out-of-date concept?
The ICC has accused six high-profile Kenyans of causing violence that led to 1,200 deaths.
Is football 'one of the last bastions of prejudice against gays'?
We speak to people in Sweden, which is reeling from its first suicide bomb attack.
Did Liu Xiaobo deserve the Nobel Peace Prize? And what do you think of China's reaction?
Are we all corrupt?
In the wake of wikileaks releases should we all be more transparent?
Is Julian Assange a hero or a villain?
Qatar is in the news for both Wikileaks and the World Cup. What is it like to live there?
If so many accept climate change is happening, why aren't we doing more to tackle it?
Russia wins the bid to host the 2018 World Cup. Has Fifa made the right decision?
As part of the BBC Extreme World series, we hear about global extremes of rich and poor.