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Three young IS militants lay dead on the banks of the river Tigris. Photos discovered on one of their mobile phones reveal who they were and what they were doing in Iraq. BBC's Middle East correspondent, Quentin Sommerville and producer Riam Dalati, have assembled a detailed portrait of their lives.
Also on the programme: Pakistan oil tanker explosion kills over a hundred people; and LGBT activists march in Istanbul despite ban by authorities.
(Picture: a young IS fighter. Credit: BBC)
Thousands of residents of north London tower blocks are evacuated over a fire risk after the Grenfell blaze last week.
Also on the programme: The British opposition Labour party leader speaks to large crowds at the Glastonbury music festival, but not everyone is happy; An audit uncovers $1 billion unaccounted for in Mozambique.
(Photo: Residents leave the Taplow tower block on the Chalcots Estate in Camden, north London, as the building is evacuated in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire to allow "urgent fire safety works" to take place. Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)
More than 140 people are feared buried in a landslide in Sichuan province in south-western China
Also on the programme: thousands evacuated from tower blocks in north London over risk of fire; and what noise does a woodworm make?
(Picture: Rescue workers in China searching for survivors of a landslide. Credit: Reuters)
Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt have issued Qatar with a list of 13 demands, including a request for the country to close down its state-owned broadcaster.
Also in the programme: New offensive to gain control of IS stronghold of Raqqa; Saturday Night Fever dancefloor up for auction.
(Photo:The Al Jazeera Media Network headquarters building in Doha. Credit: Reuters//Naseem Zeitoon/File Photo)
A BBC correspondent reports from Raqqa where Arab and Kurdish fighters of the Syrian Defence Forces are fighting IS.
Also in the programme: Gulf states hand Qatar demands to lift economic blockade, and HIV infections fall for the first time among British gay men.
(PHOTO: A Kurdish sniper attacking IS in the Syrian city of Raqqa. CREDIT: BBC)
Republican Senators in the US have released their proposals to replace Obamacare, but some have already said that they cannot back the draft bill. The legislation affects tens of millions of Americans and nearly a fifth of the US economy.
Also on the programme: US President Donald Trump says he did not make secret recordings of ex-FBI chief James Comey, despite an earlier hint to the contrary; and free sanitary towels for Kenyan schoolgirls
(Photo: Healthcare worker taking blood pressure. Credit: Getty Images)