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After a wave of arrests over corruption allegations we ask, what's next for the country? And protests are continuing in the Thai capital Bangkok over the date of the next election. Also our reporter Lucy Burton travels to Romania to find out how life in what was once eastern Europe's most repressive regime has changed in the more than two decades since the death of dictator Ceausescu. And the BBC's Giorgos Christides reports from the heartland of Greek feta production in Thessaloniki on why many Greeks feel betrayed by a recent trade agreement with Canada that allows Canadian producers to keep using the name "feta", which is a Greek monopoly in the EU.