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Friday, 7 March, 2003, 09:02 GMT
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Catherine Zeta Jones
Celebrities and privacy? You asked a barrister
Catherine Zeta Jones is giving evidence at the High Court on Monday where she is suing Hello! magazine for printing unofficial photos of her wedding. Are stars' lives public property? You put your questions to barrister Iain Christie, a privacy expert.

Iraq: Are you convinced by the new evidence?
US Secretary of State Colin Powell has presented intelligence data to the UN Security Council showing what he called Baghdad's "evasion and deception" in the face of UN weapons inspections. Journalists Bob Hagerty and Faisal Bodi answered your questions.

Six Forum: Iraq's weapons
The US secretary of state has produced tapes and photographs purporting to show the Iraqis obstructing weapons inspectors. Does Iraq have weapons? What threat do they pose? You asked former UN weapons inspector Olivia Bosch in a LIVE forum.

Shuttle disaster: You asked the experts
Investigators have begun the task of determining what caused the space shuttle Columbia to disintegrate on re-entry to the Earth's atmosphere on Saturday. Tim Boundy from the National Space Centre in Leicester and space expert Heather Couper answered your questions.

Royal abdication: You asked experts
Hundreds of documents revealing the hidden truth behind the abdication crisis of Edward VIII, have been unveiled. How important are the records? We put your questions to Dr Stephen Twigge from the Public Record Office and historian Andrew Roberts interactive forum.

Six Forum: Iraq
As the US and UK continue to put pressure on Iraq, they still have to convince their allies of the need for war. Is a conflict inevitable? Gary Samore answered your questions in a forum for the BBC's Six O'clock News .


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