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We hear from Republican State Senator Don Gustavson, a member of the Nevada legislature opposed to tightening gun laws.
Also on the programme: Large crowds gather in Catalonia to protest against Spanish police tactics during Sunday's disputed independence referendum; and one of the physicists who has won this year's Nobel Prize for the discovery of gravitational waves.
(Photo: Mourners attend a candlelight vigil for the victims of Sunday night's mass shooting in Las Vegas. Credit: Getty)
Listen to reaction from the United States after the worst mass shooting in its history.
Also in the programme: the latest from Spain after a controversial referendum on Catalan independence. And we hear from the Bangladeshi government on an agreement to return Rohingya Muslim refugees to Myanmar.
(Photo: A moment of silence at the White House in Washington, DC. Credit: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
Hundreds are injured in modern America's worst mass killing. The suspected gunman, 64-year-old local resident Stephen Paddock, is dead after opening fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel towards an open-air music festival attended by 22,000.
Also in the programme: Catalonia's political leaders say the Spanish region has won the 'right to statehood' after a contentious referendum that was marred by violence. And the women breaking down barriers in the male-dominated world of Silicon Valley.
(Picture: Armed police are pictured outside Mandalay Bay hotel. Credit: Getty Images)
Spanish riot police tried to shut polling stations and clashed with voters during a referendum on Catalonian independence. The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Catalans had been fooled into taking part in an illegal vote. Also in the programme: two women were killed by a suspected Islamist militant in an attack in the French city of Marseille.
(Photo: Riot police outside polling station in Catalonia. Credit:Getty Images)
Catalonia's independence referendum has begun in chaotic fashion, with clashes taking place as police attempt to prevent the vote from taking place.
The Spanish government has pledged to stop a poll that was declared illegal by the country's constitutional court.
Also in the programme; OJ Simpson is released from jail on parole after serving nine years in prison; and a 95 year old German holocaust survivor reflects on the rise of Germany's far-right nationalist AFD party.
Picture: Spanish police push people with a shield outside a polling station in Barcelona. Credit: Pau Barrena/AFP/Getty Images
Trump said that Puerto Rican officials showed "poor leadership ability" and "want everything to be done for them".
Also, Spanish national police have sealed off 1,300 of 2,315 schools in Catalonia designated as polling stations for the banned independence referendum according to the government in Madrid.
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