Renewed protests on the streets of Tehran 40 days after the killing of demonstrator Neda Agha Soltan. It's a symbolic figure. We look at opposition efforts to reclaim the moral authority of Islam.

Nigerian Islamist leader Mohammed Yusuf is killed as police crack down on his militant group Boko Islam.

We take a trip round Coney Island as New York Council approves development plans that could transform the city's traditional beach playground -- for better or for worse.

Plus interviews with a multiple scleroris sufferer after a landmark British ruling on assisted suicide; with the Canadian doctor who blabbed the secrets of the Rorschach ink blot tests on the internet; and with an eight-year-old crimefighter in South Africa.

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