The UN has announced sanctions on Libya. But what else - if anything - should the world do
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We speak to Ghana's FM to hear what Ghana is doing to help its citizens stuck in Libya.
We hear the latest on the continuing unrest in Libya.
As events unfold in Libya we discuss the exodus of Libyans and foreign workers.
Should there be sanctions against Libya? How important is social media in Arab protests?
Should the international community intervene in Libya? We also hear from people in NZ.
The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
We speak to people for and against continuing protests in their countries
We talk to people in Libya, Bahrain and Palestine to hear about the protests taking place
We speak to Libyans about protests in Benghazi - and hear Italian views on their PM
Will there be another Egypt? Also, Silvio Berlusconi on trial - so should he resign?
Questions to Muslim Brotherhood; Protests in Yemen and Bahrain; The rise of China
Egyptians talk about the night President Mubarak resigned.
After 18 days of protest President Hosni Mubarak has stepped down as leader of Egypt.
Is Mubarak on the brink?
We're live in Bangkok talking to people involved in sex tourism, what do they think of it?
Live from Jakarta, we discuss what freedom of expression means to Indonesians.
We bring together people in Jakarta with Egyptians to discuss lessons learnt.
Should President Mubarak go now? We speak to people across Egypt as the crisis unfolds.
We ask those both sides of Egypt's protests - what should happen now?
Witnesses in Tahrir Square, the scene of violent clashes in the Egyptian capital Cairo.
Another big day of protest in Egypt. We hear from protesters and those against it.
Burma's pro-democracy leader takes questions from a live radio audience for the first time