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Saeed Karimian, the founder and chairman of the Persian-language TV company, Geo TV, has been killed in Istanbul.
Also: One of the world's most famous climbers, Ueli Steck has died in a mountaineering accident; and how Dolly Parton's America has now become a University course. (Picture: Iranian CEO Saeed Karimian. Credit: Saeed Karimian)
27 European leaders agree negotiating stance on Britain's exit from the EU, and call for a serious British response on guaranteeing reciprocal citizens' rights after Brexit. Also: French Presidential candidate Marine Le Pen gains backing of Arise France party, and the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner - without President Trump.
(Photo: General view during special European Summit in Brussels, Belgium, 29 April 2017. Credit: EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET)
US aircraft carrier has arrived in waters off the Korean peninsula just hours after North Korea conducts another missile test.
Also on the programme: EU leaders meet to decide Brexit stance; President Trump's 100 Days; and a forgotten co-founder of South Africa's ANC honoured 100 years after her death.
(Picture: Korean missile test. Credit: EPA)
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson presses for more sanctions on North Korea in special UN meeting and says US open to talks but military action is on the table too. Also in the programme: Pope decries violence carried out in God's name during Egypt visit; and a Quebec mom who's 'done' with her daughter's homework.
(Photograph shows US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Pope Francis has arrived in Cairo for a visit to foster dialogue and reconciliation between the Christian and Muslim faiths. He'll show his support for Egypt's Christian community in the aftermath of recent bomb attacks on churches that have killed dozens.
Also in the programme: Iranian TV presidential debate and Montenegro moves to join NATO.
(Photo: Pope Francis boarding a plane to Egypt. Credit: EPA)
An Israeli missile strike has caused a large explosion and fire at a military site near Damascus international airport, Syrian state media report. Israel said the explosion was "consistent" with its policy to prevent Iran smuggling weapons to the Lebanese militia Hezbollah. We speak to a former head of Israel's national security council.
Also in the programme; a report from Egypt's Christian communities on the eve of a visit from the Pope and; the intriguing story of a German soldier who built a second identity as a Syrian refugee and is believed to have been intent on carrying out a gun attack.
(Picture: A photo taken from a rebel-held town showing what appears to be a blaze following the strike near Damascus airport. Credit: AFP)