We look at attitudes to women in Kenya after men accused of rape cut grass as punishment.
BBC World Service
We discuss Monday's car crash in Tiananmen Square and today's suicide bomb in Tunisia.
How do agencies like the NSA gather such large quantities of surveillance material?
The US National Security Agency secretly monitored 60 million calls in Spain in a month.
The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
We’ll be at a Roma site outside of London talking to members of the travelling community
Angela Merkel is reported to be 'livid' over US spying claim - is her anger justified?
A bishop's been suspended for 'lavish spending'. Do religious leaders have to be poor?
We talk to people affected by the fires in New South Wales.
Ministers from 11 countries - the Friends of Syria, call for opposition groups to unite
As Facebook reverses a ban on violent images, we ask does this lead to more violence?
The latest on the Australian bush fires, plus we speak to firefighters about their work.
We talk to people close to fires in New South Wales, as authorities fear they will merge.
We speak to people who describe themselves as lonely.
A Somali Norwegian is suspected as being one of the men behind Kenya's Mall attack
End of Shutdown - Has US politics changed?.
The US debt criris averted: Is President Obama more popular now than when it started?
A fiery debate on the US shutdown. And Philippines earthquake survivors' stories.
Festivities continue in India following the stampede. What's the value of life in India?
What's wrong with airbrushing? Immigrants discuss their lives with Maltese people.
We bring Maltese citizens and migrants together to find out how they view each other
We speak to Malaysians following a ruling that non-Muslims cannot use the word Allah.
Live in Malta discussing the issue of migrants making hazardous journeys to Europe
The Nobel Peace Prize; Malala, Formula's Maria de Villota, India domestic violence
Vladimir Putin and Malala Yousafzai are nominated, but who do you want to win it?
PM Ali Zeidan taken by gunmen, then released
As Haitians seek cholera compensation, we ask should the UN be above the law?
As the US shutdown moves into a second week, we ask experts how to negotiate a way out
We hear from Libya and USA asking if there is a problem with how Anas al-Liby was seized?
Journalist Rob Crilly says it might be better if Malala focused on her education
A group of young Iranians and Israelis react to the Iran #jeans controversy.
At least 50 people die in violence between police and supporters of former President Morsi
We speak to refugees who faced danger to flee their homelands. Was the risk worth it?
Where does responsibility lie for tragedies like the Lampedusa migrant boat?
Dozens of African migrants are killed after their boat capsizes off the coast of Italy.
We'll speak to Gambians about their country's withdrawal from the Commonwealth.
A national UK tabloid has written a scathing article about labour Ed Milliband's father
We look at what effect the US shutdown is having on America's image and financial markets
Congress has failed to agree a budget and a partial federal government shutdown has begun.
America's government has begun a partial shutdown for the first time in 17 years.