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The latest on the recovery efforts in Mexico after Tuesday's earthquake: At least 21 children and five adults have died at a primary school which collapsed in Mexico City.
Also on the programme: Puerto Rico feels the full force of Hurricane Maria; and celebration in Iraqi Kurdistan, ahead of next Monday's ballot on whether to break with Baghdad.
(Photo: Soldiers search for survivors in a flattened building in Mexico City. Credit: Getty)
Huge earthquake struck central Mexico, killing more than 200 people and toppling dozens of buildings, with death toll rising. Also in the programme: Hurricane Maria makes landfall in Puerto Rico; and Rohingyas who stay behind in Myanmar.
(Photo: A rescuers pulls a dog out of the rubble during the search for survivors in Mexico City. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
President Trump has urged the world community to confront those he called the wicked few. He told the UN that nations must stand up to North Korea, Iran and extreme Islamist groups such as IS.
Also in the programme: A former Burmese colonel gives his view of the situation in Myanmar; and the invention of robotic muscle.
(Photo: President Trump addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly. Credit: Lucas Jackson/Reuters)
President Trump says the United Nations should be better value for money and have clearer objectives for its missions.
Also on the programme: Why South Africa is taking the international accountancy firm KPMG to court; and the British man who cycled the world in 79 days.
(Photo:US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley and President Trump. Credit: Kevin Lamarque/ Reuters)
President Trump will press his case for reform of the United Nations when he makes his first address at its headquarters in New York. In December last year, Donald Trump tweeted that the UN was 'just a club for people' to 'have a good time' and soon after said it caused problems rather than solving them.
Also in the programme; how North Korea's nuclear ambitions are impacting on Japan's commitment to its pacifist constitution and; Nobel prize-winning writer Orhan Pamuk, on myths, identity and the complex struggle for meaning, at the heart of modern day Turkey.
Photo: US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley smiles while US President Donald Trump speaks before a working lunch with UN Security Council member nations, April 2017. Credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images.