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A former US diplomat who was involved in previous negotiations with North Korea says the talks will be a real challenge.
Also: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees welcomes partial evacuation of fighters from the rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta and; why fake news travels faster than the truth
(Picture: People watch a television news report showing pictures of US President Donald Trump (L) and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at a railway station in Seoul on March 9, 2018. Credit: JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/Getty Images)
South Korea's envoys tell the US president that the North's Kim Jong-un is "committed to denuclearise". The two leaders are set to meet in May in an extraordinary overture after months of mutual hostility.
Also in the programme; Kenya's president and his bitter rival hold shared public conference and vow to "resolve their differences" and; will an Australian town ban alcohol for five years to quell booze related violence?
Image: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un during the 5th Conference of the Workers' Party of Korea Cell Chairpersons and US President Donald Trump speaking to the press in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Credit: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images
The attempted murder of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, using a nerve agent was a "brazen and reckless attack", says British Home Secretary Amber Rudd.
Both Mr Skripal and his daughter are still critically ill after being found collapsed on a bench in a UK city centre on Sunday.
Also in the programme; the Hungarian government cracks down on non-governmental groups which help migrants and refugees and; on International Women's Day a West African musical icon tells us she believes the work to change attitudes has to begin at home.
Image: Police officers search the home of Sergei Skripal in Salisbury. Credit: Matt Cardy/Getty Images
The UK prime minister, Theresa May, has defended her government's relations with Saudi Arabia, at the start of a visit by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, had accused her government of colluding in war crimes in Yemen by backing Saudi Arabia's campaign there against Houthi rebels.
Also in the programme: British police say former Russian spy and daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent; China advises singles to marry someone "more or less okay".
Picture: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman meets with British Prime Minister Theresa May on the steps of 10 Downing Street. Credit: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
Mohammed bin Salman starts a three-day visit to the UK amid protests planned against his country's role in the war in Yemen.
Also: EU proposes trade retaliation; Italy's first black senator says his party is not anti-immigrant
(Picture: Saudi Crown prince meeting the Queen Credit: PA)