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Swiss referendum on universal basic income; escaping Falluja; football and European identity
Photo shows huge poster in Geneva, pictured on May 14, 2016. Credit: Associated Press
As the world reacts to the death of Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest boxers of all time, we'll hear from his hometown, explore his relationship with the civil rights movement and hear what he meant to the rest of the world.
(Picture: Flowers outside the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Credit: Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)
Muhammad Ali was, at his peak, arguably the most famous man on the planet. Newshour hears tributes from global sporting and political leaders.
(Picture: The 22-year-old Cassius Clay upset Sonny Liston to win the world heavyweight title in February 1964 Credit: Getty Images)
Migrant boat sinks off Crete; Estonia and the cyber threat; pain drug Fentanyl explained.
Picture: A child eats a biscuit as he sits on the ground with refugees upon their arrival with a boat near the village of Finokalia in the southern Greek island of Crete on May 31, 2016. More than 2,500 people have died trying to make the perilous journey across the Mediterranean sea to Europe so far in 2016, the UN said on May 31. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
Louvre & Orsay museums in Paris closed as art works moved amid rising flood water; Malawi music archive; The universe is expanding faster than was believed
The Louvre is evacuated ahead of anticipated floods in Paris; Mother of swapped baby returns to Dallas; Ehsan Jafri's daughter speaks about the killing of her father in the 2002 Gujarat riots.
(Picture of Nemours, south of Paris, where 3,000 people have been evacuated from the town centre. Credit: AP)