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Yemen's Former President, Ali Abdullah Saleh, was killed days after he turned against the Houthi rebels in the country's civil war. Top UN humanitarian official, Jamie McGoldrick, calls for humanitarian pause.
Also in the programme: UK and EU fail to reach Brexit deal; and arrests over murder of Malta's anti-corruption journalist.
(Photo: Yemen's former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Credit: PATRICK KOVARIKPATRICK KOVARIK/AFP/Getty Images)
Reports from Yemen say ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh has been killed in fighting with his former allies, the Houthis. What will this mean for the prospects of peace in the war-torn and impoverished country?
Also in the programme; two senior figures in the sacked Catalan separatist government must stay in jail but six others can go free and; everybody is talking about Bitcoin but how easy is it to spend it?
Picture: Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh gives a speech addressing his supporters during a rally on August 24, 2017. Credit: Mohammed Huwais/AFP/Getty Images)
President Trump launches online tirade against the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and accuses its former director of lying.
Also in the programme: has Yemen's former president switched sides? And 50 on from the first heart transplant.
(Photo: The seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the domestic intelligence and security service of the United States, at the facade of the J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building, in Washington, DC, USA. Credit: EPA/JIM LO SCALZO)
Clashes between rival factions in Sana'a continue as Houthis claim former President Saleh has fled and they have captured his compound. Also in the programme: will a total oil supply cut to North Korea stop the country's nuclear ambitions? The dancing ban in New York City.
(Photo: Houthi follower gathers at Tahrir Square in Sana'a. Credit: REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah)
US senators have passed a bill which, if it becomes law, would make sweeping changes to the nation's tax system. President Trump has welcomed the development. But could it spark a backlash from voters?
Also in the programme: the UK issues a warning about Russian anti-virus software Kaspersky; and unearthing a forgotten football team.
(Photo: Protesters demonstrate against US tax reform legislation. Credit: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
Ali Abdullah Saleh says he's ready for "new page" if the Saudi-led coalition halts attacks. Also in the programme: US Senate passes Republican-backed tax bill; and Brazil investigates "domestic slaves".
(Photo: Yemen's former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Credit: REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah/File Photo)