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It's day two of the G20 summit in the German city of Hamburg and leaders have devised a final communique acknowledging their differences on climate change.
Also in the programme: the parents of a severely ill British baby, Charlie Gard, are offered fresh hope; the offensive to drive out Islamic State from the Iraqi city of Mosul is in its final stages.
(Photo: Angela Merkel and Donald Trump at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Iraqi forces in their final assault on Mosul say victory is 'imminent'. BBC Correspondent Jonathan Beale, is on the outskirts of the city. A state of Emergency is declared in Western Canada where forest fires threaten thousands of lives. We hear from fleeing residents. And finally, the Eritrean capital, Asmara, is given UNESCO World Heritage Status.
(Photo: Members of the Iraqi federal police dance in the Old City of Mosul, where the battle against IS nearing its end; Credit: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)
This year's G20 summit of world leaders has opened in the German city of Hamburg. The key encounter will be the first official meeting between President Trump and the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin. So what's the best way to prepare for and handle a meeting with President Putin?
Also on the programme: Raped teenager in El Salvador sentenced to 30 years in prison for the murder of her stillborn baby; and how do you explain the physics of quarks?
(Image: Donald Trump (left) and Vladimir Putin (right). Credit: Reuters/Carlos Barria)
The US President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin held their first ever meeting at the G20 summit in the German city of Hamburg.The talks lasted more than two hours and covered subjects such as Russia's alleged meddling in the US presidential election and the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine.
Also in the programme: Hebron declared a UNESCO world heritage site; and the sexually transmitted illness gonorrhoea is becoming resistant to antibiotics.
(Photo: Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, Credit: European Photopress Agency)
The G20 meeting of industrialised nations is about to get underway in Germany. But will trade and climate change disagreements make for a tense meeting of world leaders?
Also in the programme: Europe and Japan unveil spacecraft designed to unlock the secrets of Mercury's magnetic fields; and why are more Africans deciding to holiday in Africa?
Picture: Rubber masks of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron, US President Trump and British PM Theresa May, displayed during a protest in Hamburg. Credit: Getty Images.
US President Donald Trump tackles NATO, North Korea tension, and Western civilisation in Warsaw ahead of the G20 summit. Also in the programme: Microfibres pollution in ocean. Sir John Chilcot speaks about Tony Blair, Bush and the Iraq war for the first time since the Chilcot report was published a year ago.
(Photograph shows US President Donald Trump giving a public speech at Krasinski Square in Warsaw. Credit: Reuters)