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Authorities in Guatemala say that the death toll from Sunday's devastating volcano eruption has climbed to 75 and nearly 200 people remain missing.
Also in the programme: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in London to discuss the Iran nuclear deal; and Afghanistan's chief executive, Abdullah Abdullah, insists there will be elections in October despite widespread violence.
Picture: View of the damage caused by the eruption of the Fuego Volcano in Guatemala. Credit: AFP.
The UN Human Rights Office is calling on the administration of US President Donald Trump to halt its policy of separating children from their parents after crossing the US border with Mexico. The UN says the policy of separating families to control migration is ‘unlawful and violates rights of the child’.
Also in the programme: why FIFA is unhappy at online ticket giant Viagogo's practices, and remembering Kate Spade, the fashion designer who made stylish handbags affordable.
Picture: Children at the border wall between the US and Mexico. Credit: Reuters/Jose Luis Gonzalez.
The human rights group, Amnesty International, says the campaign to free the Syrian city of Raqqa from the Islamic State group killed many more civilians than has so far been acknowledged. Amnesty blames air strikes by the US-led coalition for many of these deaths.
Also in the programme: Iran has formally announced that it will increase its uranium enrichment capacity as a result of President Trump's decision to abandon the international nuclear deal; and it's been a year since the big countries of the Gulf - led by Saudi Arabia - placed a blockade on Qatar.
Picture: A fighter/soldier of Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) stands amidst the ruins of buildings near the Clock Square in Raqqa. Credit: REUTERS
Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi says the proposed tax rises that forced the country's prime minster to resign were too expensive. Activists say they will continue to protest on the streets until austerity measures are repealed.
Also in the programme: dozens of people have died after the Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted; and we find out if it is possible for the President of the United States to pardon himself.
Picture: Protesters on the streets of Amman Credit: AFP Photo
The protests are the biggest in years, with dozens of people detained and tear gas fired by the police. The demonstrators are angry at government plans to raise taxes and IMF-recommended price increases.
Also in the programme: the Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupts; and we hear from former US President Bill Clinton about his new thriller.
Picture: demonstrators clash with riot police during a protest in front of the Prime Minister's office in Amman. Credit: Reuters.
Matteo Salvini in Sicily declares "there is not enough housing and work for Italians, let alone half the continent of Africa" as he promises to deport illegal immigrants.
Also in the programme: Across the Adriatic in Slovenia, an anti-immigrant party tops the polls in the general election. And a British political and sexual scandal with accusations of an Establishment cover-up from 40 years ago, is back in the headlines with a new drama and fresh evidence coming to light.
(Photo: Italy's new vice Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, Matteo Salvini, in Catania, Sicily. Credit: EPA/Orietta Scardino)