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A suicide bomb attack at a voter registration centre in Kabul kills dozens. The Islamic State group claims responsibility.
Also in the programme: Protests in Armenia continues after arrest of opposition leader; and what to expect from French President Macron's visit to the US?
(Photo: Suicide bomb attack at Kabul's voter registration centre. Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Police in Armenia have detained an opposition MP who has been leading anti-government protests.
Also on the programme: the man who is hoping to stop President Maduro being re-elected in Venezuela; and the US airman who went missing after stealing a plane
(Picture: Armenian opposition leader, Nikol Pashinyan calls on supporters to launch a "velvet revolution" Credit: AFP)
A team of inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have finally inspected the site of a suspected assault in Douma, Syria. But given two weeks have elapsed, how valuable will any evidence they collect be in determining the nature and perpetrator of any attack?
Also in the programme: anti-government protests continue on the streets of Nicaragua; Iran's morality police under the spotlight after video emerges of a violent confrontation involving a young woman; and Zimbabwe counts the cost to its citizens' health after the mass sacking of nurses.
Picture: The OPCW at The Hague has shown the kind of bullet-proof vests and helmets used by its staff on missions. Credit: AFP.
North Korea has announced the immediate suspension of nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests -- and says it will shut down its nuclear test site.
Also in the programme: Anti-government protests in Nicaragua continue; and we hear from the Zimbabwean nurses who are telling their government they need more money.
Picture: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in August 2017. Credit: Getty Images
The Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit against Russia, the Trump election campaign and Wikileaks, accusing them of conspiring to swing the 2016 presidential election in Donald Trump's favour.
Also in the programme: a plea for forgiveness for its past killings by the Spanish separatist group ETA; and a tribute to Arsene Wenger, departing manager of Arsenal Football Club.
Photo: Hillary Clinton addressing the crowd inside the Reynolds Coliseum during a final campaign stop before election day, on November 7th 2016. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
A direct telephone hotline has been set up between the leaders of North and South Korea for the first time. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, and his southern counterpart, Moon Jae-in, are expected to use it before meeting in person next week.
Also in the programme: The Basque separatist group, ETA, has asked for forgiveness from the innocent victims caught up in its armed struggle against Spain; and the Arsenal football manager, Arsene Wenger, has announced he's standing down after twenty two years in charge.
Photo: Mr Kim (L) and Mr Moon (R) are expected to hold a telephone call before their face-to-face meeting next week. Credit: Getty images