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We speak to voters in Egypt and DRC as elections begin in these countries.
WHYS 30: We talk to Egyptians who are voting today
After mass rallies for and against Egypt's military rulers, Egyptians discuss the future.
A coffee shop in Sanaa and Tahrir Square to get the latest breaking news from the regions.
General strike in Portugal
Latest on the Arab Spring - from Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Yemen and Syria
How many Egyptians are really behind the "Second Revolution"?
Has the Arab Spring gone astray? Or were people expecting too much too soon?
WHYS 1800: Violence between army and protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square
Your reaction to deadly confrontations between protesters & police in Cairo & elsewhere.
People in Russia, China & Iran talk Syria. Also - your reaction to Sepp Blatter's apology.
Aung San Suu Kyi's party decides to run for elections. But is Burma ready for change?
What's going on in Syria? And how should the region respond?
Should Fifa president Sepp Blatter step down over his comments on racism?
With the Arab Spring & Occupy Wall Street will 2011 stand out in history's long march?
Syrian army defectors have revolted. Is it the beginning of the end for Assad ?
The future of the occupy movement: political change or irrelevance?
We hear from people in New York who witnessed police starting to clear the Occupy camp.
Rise of the technocracy: who do you trust to run Europe - politicians or economists) ?
Your reactions to the Arab League's suspension of Syria over its crackdown of protesters.
Is 2011 the year to get your voice heard? What significance does 11.11.11 have for you?
Young people talk about the role of Islam in the new Libya, outside a Tripoli mosque
A panel of experts take your questions on the eurozone crisis.
Former fighters against Colonel Gaddafi talk about the conflict in their city.
Reaction to Silvio Berlusconi's departure and Iran's nuclear programme.
Will the new Libya be good for business? Workers and business people lead the conversation
WHYS 60: Berlusconi loses his majority and Obama + Sarkozy discuss Netanyahu
We hear from two brothers detained by Colonel Gaddafi's men.
Do you feel sorry for Greece? Also, you discuss comments made by Tiger Woods' former caddy
First in a special series from Libya. Ordinary Libyans discuss their country's future.
You discuss developments from the G20 in Cannes, including President Sarkozy's warning
Greeks talking to each other about how the Eurozone crisis has changed their lives.
Political turmoil in Greece. Cricketers jailed for fixing scam.
Should Greece leave the eurozone?
Should the Greek people be allowed to vote on the Euro bailout deal?
Assange loses appeal. Attack on French paper.
Do religious leaders have a responsibility to side with anti-capitalist protesters?
The Eurozone deal will be put to a Greek referendum. Irresponsible move or people's right?