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Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May, announces a public inquiry into the Grenfell tower block fire which has killed 17 people.
Also in the programme: Trump under investigation and Man Booker International Prize winner David Grossman
(Picture: Firefighters searched for bodies today in a London tower block gutted by a blaze that has already left 12 dead, as questions grew over whether a recent refurbishment contributed to the fire. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
A huge fire in a London residential block has left at least six people dead, with the number of fatalities expected to rise.
Also in the programme, a leading US Republican politician has been shot and wounded while practising baseball in the American state of Virginia, and Anita Pallenberg, the actress, model and former partner of Rolling Stones guitarists Brian Jones and Keith Richards, has died at the age of 73.
(PHOTO: Grenfell Tower on fire. CREDIT: AFP)
US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, is testifying in public to the Senate Intelligence Committee on his role in the Russia investigation.
Also in the programme: the Democratic Unionist Party leader says she hopes to seal a deal on supporting Theresa May's minority government "sooner rather than later"; and the parents of an American student held prisoner in North Korea for more than a year say he has been medically evacuated in a coma.
(Photo: Attorney General Jeff Sessions is sworn-in prior to testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee.Credit: Getty Images)
Panama has cut long-standing diplomatic ties with Taiwan in favour of China. It's being seen as a major diplomatic victory for Beijing. Also in the programme: Jeff Sessions to testify before Congress; and the Museum of Failed Innovation.
(Photograph shows Panama's Foreign Minister Isabel de Saint Malo and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi shaking hands. Credit: Getty Images)
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has apologised to members of the ruling Conservative Party, after it lost seats in last Thursday’s general election. She told a meeting of MPs in Westminster: “I got us into this mess, and I’m going to get us out of it.”
Also in the programme: Appeals court in San Fransisco upholds block of Trump’s “travel ban”; Hundreds arrested at anti-corruption rallies in Russia.
(Photo: British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street on the way to a meeting of the Conservative Party"s 1922 Committee, in Central London. Credit: EPA/Facundo Arrizabalaga)
What's next for the Brexit negotiations as UK Prime Minister Theresa May tries to form a minority government with Northern Ireland's DUP. Also in the programme: What are Emmanuel Macron's economic policies? Saudi Arabia introduces new 'sin tax'
(Photograph shows a demonstrator wearing a mask depicting Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May while posing with a mock gravestone bearing the words 'Hard Brexit, RIP'. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)