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US Army soldier Bowe Bergdahl will be spared prison time after he was found guilty of deserting his Afghan outpost in 2009. We hear from Sean Langan who made a documentary about Bergdahl. Also on the programme: Red Cross apologise for losing five million dollars of Ebola funds to fraud and Jenna Abrams, the alt-right Twitter blogger that never existed.
(Photo: Bowe Bergdahl. Credit: AFP)
The Syrian government says it has "completely liberated" the eastern city of Deir Ezzor from Islamic State.
Also in the programme: the harassment scandal engulfing UK politics and looted Nazi art.
(Photo: Smoke billows from the eastern Syrian city of Deir Ezzor during an operation by Syrian government forces against Islamic State (IS) group jihadists on November 2, 2017. Credit: AFP/Getty images)
Six days ago the leaders of Catalonia were declaring independence from Spain. Today, eight of those leaders have been remanded in custody by a Spanish high court judge, accused of rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds. The prosecutor also asked the judge to issue a European Arrest Warrant for ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont.
Also in the programme: an Egyptian television presenter has been sentenced to three years in jail after she appeared to cast single motherhood in a positive light, and a brand new species of Orangutan has been discovered.
Image: Dismissed Catalan cabinet members arrive to Spain's High Court. Credit: REUTERS/Susana Vera.
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.)