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A century since the British government letter which endorsed a Jewish homeland. The current Lord Balfour reflects on what drove his ancestor and we hear from a Palestinian and an Israeli.
Also in the programme: Catalonia court case and the house where Bizet wrote Carmen.
(Photo: A map of Palestine, taken from The Public Schools Atlas of Modern Geography, published by Longmans, Green, and Co., 1905. Holy Land Israel Middle East Jerusalem Bethlehem credit: BBC)
More reaction to yesterday's deadly attack in New York, as President Trump calls for tighter immigration controls and harsher punishments for terror offences.
Also on the programme: UK's Defence Minister resigns over claims about his personal conduct; rare student protests in Eritrea; and the head of Columbia's largest rebel group - the FARC announces he is to run for president.
(Picture: Sayfullo Saipov, the man named by officials as the suspect in Tuesday's New York truck attack that killed eight people and injured 12 Credit: St Charles County Police Dept.)
President Trump has ordered tighter vetting of foreigners travelling to the US, after the alleged New York terror attacker was identified as Sayfullo Saipov, a 29-year-old Uzbek green card-holder who arrived in America in 2010.
Also in the programme: Hamas begins handing control of some Gaza border crossings to the Palestinian Authority; and how modern slavery persists in Britain.
(Photo: New York bicycle lane attacker Sayfullo Saipov. Credit: St Charles County Police Dept.)
A number of people have been killed in the United States by an attacker who drove a van onto a busy bike lane in New York. Police say they are treating the incident as a terror attack.
Also in the programme: US Senators press Facebook, Google and Twitter for more information on Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election; and one man's hunt for his missing brother, last seen in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
Picture: Police gather at the scene of the attack in New York. Credit: Getty Images
The Kremlin says the investigation into last year's US presidential election has nothing to do with Russia, but that Moscow is following the proceedings intently.
Also in the programme: Facebook says 126 million Americans may have seen content uploaded by Russian operatives; and the Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who has been removed from office by Madrid, says he is not seeking asylum in Brussels.
(Photo: Supporters of Donald Trump. Credit: AP)
President Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, has pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiring to defraud the US in his dealings with Ukraine. A federal judge has placed Mr Manafort under house arrest and ordered him to post a bond of ten million dollars.
Also on the Programme: a report from Russia 100 years on from the October revolution; and the crackdown on the Indonesian LGBT community.
(Photo: Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort. Credit: Carlo Allegri/ Reuters)