Zimbabwe's President Mugabe is controversial, but he is still supported by many
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We speak to Zimbabweans to hear what outcome they would like to see from the elections
What do you hope and expect from Middle East peace talks? Plus, Bradley Manning verdict.
Taliban militants free over 240 prisoners in an assault on a prison in Pakistan
We get reaction from Catholics around the world. And, we speak to men about lad's mags
The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
What is happening in Egypt?
Rival rallies planned in Egypt and the latest on the Spanish train crash
Muslim women from around the world discuss what influences the way they dress.
We get the latest from Spain and discuss the row in Malaysia over a Miss World contest.
Life in Iraq amid the recent upsurge in violence. Plus, German attitudes to the Holocaust
The UN says the sectarian bloodshed in Iraq and the civil war in Syria are merging
Why is the abortion debate in America so nasty? The media coverage of the royal baby.
BBC Language Services tell us how the world is reacting to the arrival of a royal baby.
Amid coverage of the royal baby, women around the world share experiences of childbirth
The Duchess of Cambridge has been taken to hospital and is in the early stages of labour
Brazil has been hit by protests, many resent the cost of hosting the 2014 tournament.
The city of Detroit has filed for bankruptcy -- the largest city in the US to do so.
At a hair salon by Copacabana Beach, we're talking to members of Brazil's new middle class
Russian protest leader convicted & Malala Yousafzai receives a letter from the Taliban.
WHYS is live in Salvador asking, what does it take to get ahead in today's Brazil?
Twenty children die after eating a free school meal in India - we hear reaction in India
Are Mexicans celebrating the arrest of Morales? What is life like for African Americans?
Reaction to the arrest of the head of the Zetas drug cartel in Mexico
World Have Your Say talks to protestors live from the market place in Rio.
George Zimmerman has been cleared of murdering black teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012
The US calls for an end to 'arbitrary arrests' of Muslim Brotherhood members in Egypt
As protestors scale a skyscraper in London, we ask if political publicity stunts work.
As Greenpeace protesters climb the Shard in London, what does such action achieve?
We discuss the sign a cafe owner in England who has put up warning customers she is black.
When tragedies take place and finger pointing follows, does it matter who is to blame?
Corruption is getting worse, according to a recent survey by Transparency International.
A leaked report says 'incomptence' allowed Osama Bin Laden to live in Pakistan undetected
What’s happening in Egypt now – and what do people think about where it might be heading?
We speak to people in Egypt about the latest violence that has left 34 people dead
What role should the Muslim Brotherhood play after it was forced from power in Egypt?
We talk to Egyptians ahead of another day of major rallies
We will hear from people in Egypt after the removal of President Mohammed Morsi
Continuing coverage and reaction to the political crisis in Egypt
We hear from Egypt where a military deadline is set to pass at 1430GMT.
Sixteen people have died in Egypt protests and the US claim Snowden is on a Bolivian plane
Egypt's military gives leaders 48 hours to end the political crisis; plus, spies' secrets.
We hear from across Egypt on what people there want for their country.
We speak to a group of people who want President Morsi to step down
Tens of thousands protest in Egypt overnight.