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American troops march on Paris's Champs Elysee as part of the 14th July celebrations and to mark the centenary of the US's entry into World War One.
Also in the programme: Norwegian Nobel Committee chair calls for release of Liu Xiaobo's widow; and actor Simon Russell Beale on celebrating Bach at the Proms.
(Photo: French President Emmanuel Macron talks to US President Donald Trump while attending the traditional military parade as part of the Bastille Day celebrations. Credit: EPA/IAN LANGSDON.)
China's best-known dissident, the Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo, has died at the age of 61. He had recently been moved from prison to hospital for cancer treatment. Western governments and rights organisations had called on Beijing to allow Liu Xiaobo to go overseas for treatment, but those demands were refused. The Chinese artist Ai Weiwei tells us the West made too little effort to press for Mr Liu's release during his years in prison.
Also in the progamme: Emmanuel Macron tries to persuade Donald Trump to change his climate stance; And has Hungary broken EU law by pressuring civil society groups?
(Image: An undated image of Liu Xiaobo in Beijing. Credit: EPA/Liu Xia)
US President is in France for a 2-day visit but do he and Macron have anything in common?
Also in the programme: the ethics of the case of baby Charlie Gard and the gamblers who practise "edge-sorting"
(Picture: US President Donald Trump waves as he disembarks form Air Force One with First Lady Melania Trump. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
UAE's Minister of State for Federal National Council Affairs, Noura al Kaabi, speaks to Newshour on the dispute with Qatar, the fight against terrorism, and the war in Yemen. Also in the programme: FBI nominee says the Russia probe is not witch hunt; and the glove that can decode the alphabet of sign language.
(Photograph shows a map of Qatar. Credit: Reuters)
Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has called criticism of Donald Trump Jr's meeting with a Russian lawyer '"an absurdity".
Also: Net Neutrality 2.0, as firms campaign against proposed changes to how the internet works; and one of the biggest icebergs ever recorded has broken away from Antarctica.
Picture: A mug on sale in Moscow displays the faces of Presidents Trump and Putin. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.
President Trump's eldest son has released a chain of emails showing he was offered "sensitive" information on Hillary Clinton from a Russian lawyer ahead of last year's presidential election. Also in the programme: Brazil's labour reform; and Chairman Mao's handwritten notes sold at auction.
(Photograph shows Donald Trump Jr. Credit: EPA)