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Moscow has demanded a further reduction in the number of British diplomats in Russia in the row over the poisoning of a spy. We ask if the closure of the US consulate in St Petersburg will have an impact on local people and foreigners who work there.
Also in the programme: Fears of anti-Semitism in France; Deadly clashes in Gaza border protests; and we speak to the deported Kenyan opposition figure, Miguna Miguna, at the centre of a major constitutional row.
(Photo: The United States flag flies on the US embassy building in Moscow. Credit: Getty Images)
Russia expels 60 US diplomats from Russia in response to the co-ordinated expulsion of over 140 Russians. Doctors in the UK says Yulia Skripal is out of danger however, her father, the former Russia spy Sergei Skripal, remains in a critical but stable condition.
Also in the programme: Dostoevsky diplomacy and Brexit one year to go.
Image: Sergei Lavrov announces return sanctions on Skripal poisoning case. Credit: European Photopress Agency
Miguna Miguna claims he was beaten, drugged and forcibly removed from Kenya by political opponents just hours after the High Court ruled he must be released. Hear the response of an MP for President Kenyatta's governing party.
Also in the programme: Brexit Britain marks a year out from its scheduled European Union exit; remembering the Dutch resistance figure Johan van Hulst who's credited with saving hundreds of Jewish children; and as Facebook ends its alliance with 'data broking' firms, just how much of your personal information do they hold?
(Picture: Mr Miguna, left, and opposition leader Raila Odinga at the mock ceremony in January. Credit: Reuters)
Voting in the Egyptian presidential election has ended. The current President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi is assured of victory, as he has only faced one barely-known challenger. We'll have a report from Cairo.
Also on the programme: What impact will Kim Jong-Un's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping have on the prospects for a US-North Korean summit?
And the viola player who has won a landmark case after his hearing was damaged by loud orchestral music.
Picture: A woman holds a poster of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on the last day of the 3-day presidential elections in Cairo Credit: Salah Malkawi/Getty Images
China says that the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, has committed to denuclearisation on the Korean Peninsula -- a pledge made in Beijing during meetings with the Chinese President, Xi Jinping.
Also in the programme: France is holding a national memorial service for the policeman who sacrificed himself to save a hostage during last week's Islamist attack and; we'll hear from the central American state of Costa Rica ahead of hard-fought Presidential elections next Sunday.
Picture: This picture from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) of Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un in Beijing. Credit: AFP PHOTO / KCNA VIA KNS/Getty Images
NATO expels seven Russian diplomats and denies accreditation to three more in response to the Skripal poisoning.
Also in the programme: Sergei Skripal's niece Viktoria speaks and DRC violence.
Picture: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addresses the press at NATO headquarters in Brussels on March 27, 2018. Credit: AFP/Getty Images