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Is this a pivotal moment for Greece?
The latest news and developments on the Greek debt crisis
Aung San Suu Kyi explores what freedom means in the first of the 2011 Reith Lectures
We are looking at the question why some male sports can't control themselves.
Should the world talk to people who carry out suicide attacks?
Greece bailout & your reactions to Rwanda ex-women's minister found guilty of genocide.
We discuss whether Greece should receive help & Rwanda ex-minister guilty of genocide.
We're bringing together widows from around the world to discuss their experiences.
Your verdict on the Geert Wilders acquittal
Are the Greek protesters behaving like "spoilt children"?
Why do people still drink and drive?
How is Colonel Gaddafi still in power, when faced with such an intense bombing campaign?
What does national dialogue mean in Syria? And what's the price of intervention in Libya?
We get your reaction to President Assad's address
Saudi Arabia female drivers; Greek bail-out; and would you stop if you saw an accident?
We speak to women in Saudi Arabia about today's driving protest.
Your views on the new Al Qaeda head, riots in Vancouver and detention of BBC journalist.
Your views on Greece's violent protests and weak economic situation.
A panel of experts to answer any questions you have on any of the countries involved
We discuss life for women in India and increasing violence in Sudan
How worried should we be about cyber war? Also, should suicide ever be shown on TV?
A UN report says 45% of Gazans are jobless. What is life like there? What can be done?
Has the 'Amina' blog achieved anything? Can hoaxes be justified if they highlight issues?
The blogger 'Gay Girl In Damascus' is revealed as an American man. Has it done any harm?
Broadcasting from Cairo: A special programme on the Arab uprisings.
We hear from Turkey; do they have a responsibility to help Syrian refugees?
Syrian refugees in Turkey, hedge funds in Africa, and the case of Cesare Battisti.
Is rape a horrific reality of war or can something be done to stop it happening?
We talk about the murky case of Amina Arraf. Also why do men in power behave badly?
We discuss whether Nato military action in Libya has made things better or worse.
We talk to people in Syria, Yemen and Libya. How has daily life been since unrest began?
We discuss the ongoing situation in Syria where there are claims of 120 deaths.
We discuss the vaccine price cut by major drug companies in developing countries.
With the President abroad, what are your hopes and fears about the coming days in Yemen?
We get the latest on Yemen. Also should the Grand Prix take place in Bahrain?
Is Ratko Mladic a war hero? Also, we hear your tributes for the late Albertina Sisulu.
Imagine all bans on drugs were lifted - what do you think you'd see around you?
A new report claims the 'war' on drugs has failed. Do you agree?
What does Saleem Shahzad's death say about Pakistan? Also, WHO on mobile phones & cancer
Should fans pressure Fifa to change? Also, murdered Pakistan journalist Saleem Shahzad