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The US House of Representatives has passed a healthcare bill, bringing President Trump's pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare a stride closer.
Also on the programme: Prince Philip to step down from royal duties; and has Neymar got himself in trouble?
(Picture: Activists hold signs during a "Stop Trumpcare" rally in front of the Capitol in Washington, DC. Credit: Getty Images)
Voters react to last debate before the final round of French presidential election on May 7th.
Also in the programme: Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth II, to retire in the autumn; Syrian opposition representatives walk out of peace talks in Kazakhstan.
(Photo: French presidential election candidate for the far-right Front National (FN) party, Marine Le Pen and French presidential election candidate for the En Marche! movement, Emmanuel Macron pose prior to the start of a live broadcast face-to-face televised debate on May 3, 2017. Credit: Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images)
As the French presidential election campaign reaches its final stages, the far-right candidate, Marine Le Pen, has accused her centrist rival, Emmanuel Macron, of being the candidate of the elite.
Also in the programme: what makes the FBI director sick, and how to rent a stranger in Japan.
(Photo: French presidential candidates Marine le Pen and Emmanuel Macron prepare for their final debate Credit: ERIC FEFERBERG/AFP/Getty Images)
The European Union's Brexit chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, has warned that Britain's departure from the EU will neither be quick nor easy. He said that the UK must "settle its accounts" with the EU as part of the Brexit process.
Also in the programme: Eyewitness report of deadly attack on Nato convoy in Kabul and the social media shaping Iran's presidential election.
(Photo: EU flag flying in front of the Houses of Parliament in London. Credit: Victoria Jones/PA Wire)
Leading athletes have expressed outrage that many of their world records could lose official status under radical new anti-doping proposals from European Athletics. Also on the programme: the British Prime Minister sets out her approach to Brexit. And the problem of tooth decay across Africa.
(Photo: British former athlete Jonathan Edwards faces losing his 1995 triple jump record under proposed new rules. Credit: Getty Images)
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has been accused of plagiarising a speech made by defeated rival François Fillon, but was it plagiarism or homage? Also in the programme: could Britain make trouble for EU if Brexit negotiations don't go its way? And, scientists decode the genome of the tea plant.
(Photograph shows French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen. Credit: Reuters)