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Egypt is reeling in the wake of one of the worst attacks in the country's history that left at least 305 people dead. We hear from our correspondent who has visited a hospital where some of the injured from the devastating mosque attack are being treated.
Also on the programme: French President Emmanuel Macron wants to make it an offence of statutory rape for having sex with anyone under the age of fifteen and in Russia, President Vladimir Putin signs a law against foreign media outlets operating in the country.
Image: The injured were brought to hospitals near and far, including in Cairo Credit: EPA
Egypt's armed forces have launched a wave of air strikes against fighters they believe carried out the bombing of a mosque in northern Sinai. The latest figures say 305 people were killed when a bomb exploded in the Rawda mosque near the North Sinai provincial capital of El-Arish.
Also on the programme: The Chinese perspective on how to revive Zimbabwe's economy after the resignation of Robert Mugabe, and the Bollywood film that's been the subject of violent protests in India.
Image: Egyptians carry victims on stretchers following a gun and bombing attack on the Rawda mosque near the North Sinai provincial capital of El-Arish. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.
A bomb and gun attack on a mosque in the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt has killed 235 worshippers. State media says children are among the dead.
Also in the programme: Zimbabwe's new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has been inaugurated in Harare; and the South Africa Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorus has had his murder sentence increased.
(Photo: The mosque that was attacked in the Sinai Peninsula. Credit: EPA)
Zimbabwe's new president has used his inaugural speech to lay out his plans to rebuild the economy. He promised to create jobs, cut down on corruption, and welcome foreign investment. We hear from the jubilant crowds inside Harare's main stadium and the opposition stronghold criticising the new president for a brutal crackdown in the 1990s. And we discuss the international community's role in turning Zimbabwe's economy around.
Also in the programme: Dozens killed in an attack on a mosque in Egypt; and the changing role of women in Saudi society.
(Image: Emmerson Mnangagwa during his inauguration ceremony in Harare. Credit: EPA/STR)
The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has said it is easing an air and sea blockade of areas held by Houthi rebels. But it is unclear whether any aid has arrived at Sanaa airport or the Red Sea port of Hodeida. We hear from the UN's representative in Yemen, who has warned that hundreds of thousands of Yemenis could starve.
Also in the programme: The US envoy to Ukraine says the conflict in the country's east is "by no means frozen"; and our correspondent has exclusive access to Riyadh's most luxurious hotel where dozens of prominent corruption suspects are being held.
(Image: A cargo ship moored at the Red Sea port of Hodeida, on 07 November 2017. Credit: AFP PHOTO/Abdo Hyder/Getty Images)
Mladic gets life sentence in the Hague for genocide and crimes against humanity in Balkans War.
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In Zimbabwe, new leader Emmerson Mnangagwa makes his first speech; and soaring maternal mortality rates in Texas.
(Photo: A woman at a relative's grave near the site of the Srebrenica massacre. Credit: DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP/Getty Images)