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Should Moussa Koussa get asylum? Plus the latest from Ivory Coast
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The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
India beat Pakistan and arms to the rebels?
Will today's cricket match better relations between India and Pakistan?
Reports suggest rebels have captured Sirte, the home town of Libya's Colonel Gaddafi.
The latest on Middle East unrest with guests in Libya, Yemen and Syria.
If it's justified taking action in Libya, should countries act in Yemen & Ivory Coast too?
Should Gaddafi be a target of Libya coalition? Also, the sexual violence in Haiti's camps
We discuss action by coalition forces in Libya and talk to Haitians about Haiti's future
We discuss the UN resolution on Libya and the ceasefire declared by the Libyan government.
We talk to people in Japan, Libya and Bahrain about the situations they are facing
People in Japan, Bahrain and Libya give the latest developments on three massive stories.
We hear from those affected by the tsunami and answer all your nuclear questions.
We speak to those affected by the quake and discuss safety at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.
We talk to people in Sendai and Fukushima about the aftermath of the Japan earthquake
We hear from people in Japan after a devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake caused a tsunami
We go to Cairo to speak to people there about the state of Egypt post revolution.
We hear from Libyans about the latest situation and ask if they support a no-fly zone.
On the 100th year of International Women's Day, we ask why sexual harassment still exists.
Crisis in Libya, Ivorians in Ghana, and has Prince Andrew ruined the royal family's image?
Updates from Libya and is it right to criticise people for doing business with Gaddafi?
A panel of experts discuss if negotiations with Colonel Gaddafi are appropriate.
We discuss the fighting in Libya and the humanitarian crisis on its borders.
After all the protests, has anything really changed in the Middle East?