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You discuss Hamas/Fatah settlement, stories from US storms & the royal wedding guest list
We hear from people affected by the storms that have killed over 100 people in the US.
Your reactions to President Barack Obama's birth certificate, Sony hackers & Royal Wedding
Your reactions to the news that the Sony PlayStation Network has been hacked.
Is a lack of privacy a good thing, and news from Syria.
Who should know about what we do and who we do it with? And do they have a right to know?
After details are released of the prisoners in Guantanamo Bay, should the camp remain?
The Indian guru Sri Satya Sai Baba died on Sunday. How will he be remembered?
Is the Arab spring over? We look at Libya, Bahrain, Yemen and Syria.
Reactions to the use of drones in Libya and doctors being targeted in Bahrain.
In war, do some deaths matter more than others? We also discuss violence in Nigeria.
After the deaths of two photo journalists in Libya, we discuss the role of war reporting.
Does the treatment of Bradley Manning bring shame on President Obama?
Should Libya's Colonel Gaddafi be allowed to leave office with dignity?
Syria's government labels the protests an 'armed insurrection' yet they are continuing.
Fidel Castro steps down as leader of Cuba's communist party. Is this the end of an era?
Is this the most successful Nigerian election in decades & the latest from Misrata.
We discuss the rise of the right in Finland and reactions to elections in Nigeria.
Discussions on the murder of an Italian activist in Gaza, and Nato's next step in Libya.
We talk to people around the world about what's an acceptable public display of affection.
We discuss attitudes towards mental illness, and what makes a "good" immigrant.
We discuss attitudes to mental illness around the world.
As Mr Mubarak and Mr Ggbagbo are detained, we gauge your thoughts.
Following the arrest of Mr Mubarak and his sons. We ask for your reaction.
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe says Nato should do more in Libya. Do you agree?
The threat level at the Fukushima nuclear plant has been raised to 7. How worried are you?
French troops arrest Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan. We hear your reaction to this.
The French ban on wearing niqabs in public has come into force. We hear your reaction.
US government heads for shutdown if an agreement on the budget fails. What do you think?
Does Africa have a problem with democracy? We hear from people across the continent.
We talk to people in Japan about the latest earthquale aftershock.
We talk to people in Portugal for their reaction to the bailout.
We talk to people in Ivory Coast about what is happening there. We also hear from refugees
We hear the latest from in and around Ivory Coast as Gbagbo refuses to surrender.
We hear from people in Abidjan after heavy bombing overnight by UN and French troops.
We hear from people in Ivory Coast and Yemen after more violence in their countries.
We hear from people in Ivory Coast: do they want the international community to help them?
We hear the latest from Ivory Coast and Syria, and Louisiana a year after the oil spill
We talk to people in Ivory Coast after troops loyal to Alassane Ouattara attack Abidjan.