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President Trump has addressed NATO leaders in person for the first time, telling them that they must honour their financial obligations to the defence organisation. We speak to Lithuania's foreign minister.
Also in the programme: the sex slaves of al-Shabab; America's top diplomat in London condemns leaks to the US media about investigations into the Manchester bomb attack; academics discuss Prince's 'Purple Reign'.
(Photo: Donald Trump delivers a speech as NATO heads of governments listen during the unveiling ceremony of the new NATO headquarters in Brussels. Credit: AFP)
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, says she will make clear to President Trump that shared intelligence must remain secure when she meets with him at the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday. Pictures from the ongoing investigation into the bombing of a music concert in the British city of Manchester were leaked to the New York Times on Wednesday - a move that is said to have angered British officials.
Also in the programme: NATO Secretary General announces that the military alliance will join the anti-IS coalition; Two previously unseen Sylvia Plath poems have been uncovered
(Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks to deliver a statement outside 10 Downing Street in central London on May 23, 2017 after an emergency meeting of the Cobra committee in response to a deadly suspected suicide bombing in the northern city of Manchester. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images)
The father and youngest brother of the Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, have been arrested in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. 22 people were killed in the attack, which took place in the English city of Manchester on Monday.
Also in the programme: Libyans in Manchester react to the bombing; President Trump travels to Brussels for NATO summit.
(Photo: Salman Abedi)
Soldiers deployed on streets after threat level raised following Manchester bombing. Also in the programme: President Trump meets the Pope; and Myanmar opens fresh round of peace talks.
(Photo: An armed member of the British Army carries his weapon as he patrols outside 10 Downing Street, the official residence of Britain's Prime Minister, in central London on May 24, 2017. Credit: JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
Police name suspected bomber who killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday. Thousands of people crowded into a square in the centre of the city to attend a vigil to honour the victims of the bombing.
Also in the programme: Palestinian reaction to President Trump's visit and Bond actor Roger Moore dies.
(Photo: Members of the public light candles during a candlelit vigil to honour the victims of Monday evening's bomb attack. Credit: Getty Images)
More than 20 people are known have died following a suicide bombing at a music concert in Manchester, in the north of England. The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has said it is now beyond doubt that the people of Britain had fallen victim to a 'callous terrorist attack'.
(Photo: A police officer stands at a cordon near the Manchester Arena in Manchester, northwest England on May 23, 2017 following a deadly terror attack at a concert at the venue the night before. Credit: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images)