Wednesday 15 February 2012
Some eurozone countries no longer want Greece in the bloc, Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos has said, accusing the states of "playing with fire" as Greece scrambles to finalise an austerity plan demanded by the EU and IMF in return for a huge bailout.
Tonight we examine Mr Venizelos' claims and ask whether it would now be better for Greece to default, if the eurozone is now strong enough to cope.
Also, Sue Lloyd-Roberts reports on how despite female genital mutilation being banned in Egypt since 2008, the procedure is still commonplace and often ignored by the authorities.
Plus, with Prime Minister David Cameron set to call for bars, supermarkets and the drinks industry in England to do more to help ensure responsible drinking we look at the detail of what he is suggesting and ask whether his calls are likely to engender real change or not.