This week our special guest is Khaled Diab, an Egyptian journalist based in Tunisia. He's an atheist Arab of Muslim upbringing. With Islam being one of the most controversial, misunderstood and polarising issues of our time, he decided to write a book called "Islam for the Politically Incorrect", which debunks stereotypes about the religion. He tells us more.
We also focus on Yemen, a country facing the world's worst humanitarian crisis and the intervention of foreign powers with their own interests. It's also one of the most challenging places to deliver aid. NGOs have their work cut out for them, as our colleagues from France 2 report.
We finish in Iran, where millions of women flocked to cafes, restaurants, and outdoor venues last week to watch the country's World Cup victory over Morocco. In doing so, they defied Iran's long-standing ban on women watching sports events in public with men. Our correspondent reports.