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The Chief Executive of Afghanistan, Abdullah Abdullah, survived attacks by suicide bomber at a funeral in Kabul, but several other people were killed. Also in the programme: how California is putting money into renewable energy technology despite President Trump's pull-out from Paris climate agreement; and an alphabet that combines Hebrew and Arabic.
(Photograph shows Afghan men examining the belongings of blast victims. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
The new French president, Emmanuel Macron, meets the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, in Paris for talks that are likely to be dominated by discussions on climate change.
Also in the programme: nearly a hundred people have died in Kabul, the Afghan capital, this week as a result of violence; and a new targeted treatment for ovarian cancer has shown "very promising" results.
(Photo: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks with French President Emmanuel Macron, in the garden of the Elysee Palace following their meeting in Paris. Credit: AFP/Getty Images.)
Former Environmental Protection Agency boss Gina McCarthy condemns President Trump's decision to back out of the Paris agreement on climate change. We have a round-up of reaction around the world to the move.
Also in the programme: South African president Jacob Zuma finds himself under fire from ANC colleagues over his relationship with the wealthy Gupta family; the man leading the prosecution into Brazil's 'Car Wash' corruption scandal.
(Image: Former US President Barack Obama with former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarth in Flint, Michigan on 4th May 2016. Credit: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images))
China and the EU pledge commitment to Paris climate agreement after President Trump announces plans to withdraw
Also in the programme: Dozens die in Manila casino attack; New satellites launched in attempt to improve WiFi onboard aeroplanes.
(Photo: European Council President Donald Tusk, Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker attend a signature ceremony of several agreements between European Union and China, during a EU-China Summit at the European Council in Brussels on June 2, 2017. Credit: Getty Images)
French prosecutors have launched a preliminary investigation into a property deal involving Richard Ferrand, one of President Emmanuel Macron's ministers, on the same day his new government outlines a bill on cleaning up politics.
Also in the programme; we explore what it would mean if President Trump pulls out of the Paris Climate Change Deal; and we hear from the 19 year old who has developed an app to monitor ' dark advertising' and its influence on elections.
(Photo: French President Emmanuel Macron and his ally Richard Ferrand at the headquarters of the tour operator group Salaun as part of a campaign visit to Brittany, on January 16, 2017 in Ploeven. Credit: Fred Tanneau/AFP/Getty Images)
President Trump makes a major announcement on membership of the Paris climate treaty amidst concerns the US will pull out of the agreement
Also in the programme: a new book by Tolkien and Europol seeks help on tracking paedophiles.
(Picture: The logo of the upcoming Paris 2015 UN COP21 Climate Change Conference Credit: REUTERS/Benoit Tessier)