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The International Committee of the Red Cross warns that cases of cholera in Yemen will double over the next six months.
Also on the programme: India's women take on England in the cricket world cup final; and changes in blood donation rules for gay men and sex workers in England and Scotland.
(Picture: A Yemeni child suspected of being infected with cholera. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Earlier today Donald Trump posted a series of tweets, including one where he insisted that he, as the President of the United States, has complete power to pardon people, amid reports he is considering presidential pardons for family members, aides and even himself.
Also in the programme: US air strike impact on Helmand province in Afghanistan and U2 is playing a huge homecoming concert in Dublin.
(Picture: US president Donald Trump speaking to a microphone Credit: EPA)
Poland's Senate backs an overhaul of the Supreme Court, despite street protests and international warnings. EU MEP Philippe Lamberts reacts.
Also in the programme: martial law in the Philippines and Sean Spicer, the satirist's view.
(Picture: Protest in Adam Mickiewicz Park in Poznan, Poland 21 July 2017 against changes in the Polish judiciary Credit: EPA)
The White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, has resigned after President Trump appointed Anthony Scaramucci as his communications director. During a media briefing the new man, a Wall Street financier, said he was committed to getting the administration's message out. We discuss the resignation with a friend of Mr Spicer.
Also in the programme: The head of Saudi Arabia's aid agency denies accusations that his country is delaying aid to Yemen; and the guitarist who played his instrument during an operation on his brain.
(Image: Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer. Credit: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)
Oxfam says the current outbreak is the largest of its type recorded in a single country in a single year in modern times. More than 360,000 are thought to have been infected.
Also: concerns over film censorship in India; and why cows with HIV could unlock the secrets to a vaccine for humans.
(Photo: A Yemeni child suspected of being infected with cholera at a makeshift hospital on July 16, 2017. Credit: AFP PHOTO / Getty Images)
A new study concludes that one-third of dementia cases could be prevented if more people looked after their brain health throughout life.
Also, reports the CIA will end a programme to train and equip Syrian rebel groups; and Germany warns citizens of the risks of travelling to Turkey.
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