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As Saudi and Kuwaiti nationals are ordered to leave Lebanon, we examine the country's place among current conflicts in the Middle East; also, a former US ambassador to Beijing on President Trump's trip to China; and the island traded for Manhattan
(Photo:aerial view of Beirut, Lebanon in 2013. Credit: Getty)
US president Donald Trump praised China's president Xi Jinping, while trade deals were announced and there were attempts to make progress on tensions with North Korea.
Also in the programme: More on a blockade in Yemen and could wounds heal more quickly if you get them during the day?
(Photo: U.S. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping. Credit: Getty Images)
The British government loses its second minister in a week as the international development secretary resigns; the Spanish foreign minister suggests a possible new route for Catalans to seek self-determination.
(Image: British Secretary of State for International Development, Priti Patel, departs Downing Street after resigning. Credit: Getty Images)
US President Donald Trump has landed in China following a speech to the South Korean parliament in which he urged China to further isolate North Korea. The White House sees China as pivotal in reining in the North's nuclear aims but Beijing says it is doing enough.
Also in the programme: insights into who built the global tax haven industry, and the prestigious German theatre company that has pulled out of a trip to Turkey due to 'security' fears.
Picture: President Donald Trump and President Xi sit in the Forbidden City. Credit: Reuters
Saudi Arabia says Iranian actions in Yemen "could be considered an act of war" as tensions mount in the region.
Also in the programme: Delhi smog and a century on from the Bolshevik revolution.
(Photo: This file photo taken on October 24, 2017 shows Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Credit: AFP/Getty)
Two British ministers have faced calls to resign following separate incidents. The foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, made remarks to a House of Commons committee, that risk condemning a British woman to an extra five years in an Iranian jail. the International Development Secretary Priti Patel held secret meetings with Israeli officials while ostensibly on a family holiday.
Also in the programme; President Trump receives a mixed welcome in South Korea and; the fossils of the oldest-known ancestors of most living mammals, including human beings, have been unearthed in southern England.
Picture: UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in June 2016. Credit: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images