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Further allegations of sexual harassment have been levelled at US film producer Harvey Weinstein. We speak to Leslie Lee who worked for him and Jodi Kantor, who broke the story.
Also in the programme: More on the crisis in Catalonia and why child obesity is on the rise.
(Photo: US film producer Harvey Weinstein. Credit: YANN COATSALIOU/AFP/Getty Images)
The Catalan President, Carles Puigdemont says that the people of Catalonia have earned the right to separate from Spain, but that the declaration of independence should be suspended to allow for dialogue.
Also in the programme: Opposition leader Odinga withdraws from Kenya election and Iranian poet wins courage award.
(Picture: Catalan regional government president Carles Puigdemont gives a speech at the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona on October 10, 2017. Credit: AFP)
The Catalan President, Carles Puigdemont, will address the region's parliament today, nine days after the disputed referendum on independence. Will he make good his threat to declare independence?
Also on the programme: Wildfires sweep through Northern California, and reports of hackers in North Korea who are thought to have intercepted South Korean military files.
Image: The President of the Government of Catalonia Carles Puigdemont. Credit: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images.
Countries prepare for the possibility that Trump could decertify the Iran nuclear deal and the US threatens to classify Iran's Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist group.
Also in the programme: Nobel prize winner Richard Thaler and Harvey Weinstein sacked.
(Picture: Iranian president Hassan Rouhani speech. Credit: EPA)
The International Committee of the Red Cross says it will significantly reduce its presence in Afghanistan following a series of militant attacks, which have killed seven of its employees this year. The head of the ICRC's delegation in the country explains this 'painful decision' to Newshour.
Also in the programme: how economically viable would an independent Catalonia be? And we look ahead to next week's Communist Party Congress in China.
(Photo: Vehicles of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Afghanistan. Credit: Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images)
Reports from Catalonia suggest the regional government there may delay the unilateral declaration of independence from Spain that's been expected since last weekend's referendum.
Also on the programme: Closing the loophole which allows some Middle Eastern men to get away with rape; and how do Cubans remember Che Guevera, 50 years after he was captured and killed?
(Photo: A demonstrator holds a sign during a protest against Catalonia's independence in Barcelona, Spain. Credit: Getty)