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The leader of Pakistan's Taliban armed group, Mullah Fazlullah, has been killed in neighbouring Afghanistan's Kunar province, the Afghan defence ministry said on Friday.
Also in the programme: China has promised to retaliate in kind if the United States imposes additional tariffs on its exports; and German Chancellor Angela Merkel has again stressed the need for Europe to work together to resolve the migration crisis.
Picture: Mullah Fazlullah (centre) at an undisclosed location at Pak-Afghan border in 2014. Credit: TTP via EPA.
The Football World Cup has kicked off with a spectacular win for Russia. Saudi Arabia's team lost 5-0 to the hosts. We hear from our correspondents in Russia.
Also -- the New York attorney general sues President Trump's charitable foundation. And we hear from a 24-year-old Ugandan who has won the British Royal Academy of Engineering's Africa Prize for his device which tests for malaria without drawing blood.
(Photo: Football fans watching the first World Cup game between Russia and Saudi Arabia; Credit: Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images)
The 2018 Fifa World Cup gets under way with host Russia facing Saudi Arabia following an opening ceremony at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium. What might the tournament mean diplomatically for Russia?
Also in the programme: commemorations have been taking place in Britain to remember those who died in the Grenfell fire, and NASA's oldest rover robot is stranded on Mars.
Picture: Football fans near Red Square in Moscow Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images.
As the United Nations announce an emergency meeting over the battle for Yemen's main port, we hear from those dug in inside the city, those on the attack. and from our correspondent in country.
Also a rare report from on board Air Force one with President Trump, flying home after his Singapore summit with Kim Jong Un. And Spain sacks its coach a day before the Football World Cup begins in Russia.
(Photo: Houthi rebels in Yemen; Credit: REUTERS)
Government troops backed by a Saudi-led coalition are aiming to drive Houthi rebels out of the port of Hudaydah, which is crucial for the flow of basic supplies to millions of people in Yemen.
Also in the programme: North Korean media finally reports on the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore, a day after the event; and a new study links elevated blood pressure to dementia.
(Picture: A UAE warplane taking off ahead of an attack against Houthi rebel in 2015. Credit: AFP / Getty Images)
President Trump's unprecedented meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been welcomed as a step towards peace, but criticised for the vagueness of the measures they agreed.
Also in the programme: As Saudi-led forces move in on the principal port of Hodeidah, we hear from a doctor at the city's main hospital; and we'll also ask what the British government may have conceded to avoid parliamentary defeat over Brexit.
Picture: U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore. Credit: Reuters.