We've just finished our TV programme on BBC World News, Ros will be back on air with you, in a couple of minutes, this time on the radio. And we'd like your views on two stories: the death of Vittorio Arrigoni and Nato's next step in Libya.
Vittorio Arrigoni was an Italian pro-Palestinian activist. He was found dead hours after being seized on Thursday by a radical group in conflict with Hamas, called Salafists.
The outpouring of grief online has been tremendous, and has become more pronounced as the day unfolds, vigils are been held for him around the world as I write.
Mohammed Suliman tweets: We lost another Palestinian martyr today. Only he was braver than many others
Lots of people are retweeting:Unbelievable how many lives #Vittorio touched, #Gaza is in shock, bereaved, mourning, missing his kind smile, unwavering courage & booming laugh
We will have guests on who knew Vittorio well, if you would like to share your reaction to Vittorio's death or chat with those who knew him please do get in touch.
We will also discuss Nato's next move. The French defence minister has just suggested a new UN Security Council resolution may be needed for Nato allies to achieve their goals in Libya. Will that help bring peace to Libya? You are very welcome to get in touch in all the usual ways.