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German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Europe can no longer rely on the US and UK following the election of President Trump and Brexit. Also in the programme: The Square wins Palme d'Or at the Cannes; and the demanding taste buds of Ivorians in Africa.
(Photograph shows German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Credit: Getty Images)
The army in the Philippines says at least nineteen civilians have been killed in the southern city of Marawi, which it's fighting to recapture from Islamist insurgents.
Also in the programme: Ravi Shankar's sole opera Sukanya comes to the Royal Festival Hall in London; the humanitarian crisis in Mosul as Iraq's military assault on the city enters its final phase; and hard handshakes: Trumps vs Macron!
(Photo: a government soldier in position in Marawi. Credit: Reuters)
US President Donald Trump has refused to reaffirm his country's commitment to the Paris climate accords in a meeting of leaders of the G7 nations in Italy. President Trump tweeted from Italy that he would be making a decision next week.
Also in the programme: BA cancels thousands of flights due to electrical failure and the latest from Mosul.
(Photo: G7 leaders in Italy. Credit: EPA)
Leaders of the seven leading industrial nations are holding the final day of their summit in Italy; reports say talks seem to be deadlocked on many issues. But there appears to be more unity on tackling terrorism.
As President Trump's first foreign trip comes to an end, we speak to Ben Rhodes, President Obama's foreign policy adviser.
Also on the programme: the former Polish foreign minister, Radek Sikorski, on the death of Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter's national security adviser and Cold War warrior -- and we go Kazakhstan where China is funding a $250 million railway hub in an effort to revive ancient trading routes.
(Photo: G7 leaders meeting in Sicily. Credit: Getty Images)
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Gunmen in Egypt have killed dozens of Coptic Christians in an attack on a bus carrying them to a monastery in the south of the country.
Also in the programme: President Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is reported to be under scrutiny by the FBI, and Aboriginal Australians call for reform after a conference at Uluru.
(PHOTO: Worshippers at a Coptic Church, CREDIT: EPA)