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The Pope says celibacy "is not a dogma" and "the door is always open to change."
Women's issues & attititude towards women will be debated on WHYS today
Have the creators of the 9/11 Memorial Museum got the tone of the place right?
Thailand's military has seized control of the country.
President Jonathan has said he is 'fully committed to winning the war against terror.'
Thailand's military has declared martial law following months of protests in the country
As Brazil prepares for the World Cup, what image are they trying to give the world?
What's your reaction to Narendra Modi's landslide win in India's election?
A Sudanese court has sentenced a woman to death for apostasy. We hear from former Muslims
Rescuers are searching for miners in Turkey where an explosion killed 232 people
An EU court has asked Google to delete online material about people when asked to do so
Your reaction as Vladimir Putin visits Crimea.
Emily Letts says she made a video to try to demystify abortion for women
Can the ANC still offer hope to South Africans on election day?
Is media biased towards black female victims?
Boko Haram have claimed responsibility for the abductions, but can the government cope?
The Top Gear presenter apologises after a video emerges of him seeming using the 'n' word
We hear people whose family members grew up in the west but went to join a foreign war