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Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has resigned, ending his 37-year rule. The surprise announcement halted an impeachment hearing that had begun against him and sparked wild celebrations on the nation's streets.
Also in the programme: more on the suicide attack in the northeastern town of Mubi in Nigeria, and a special report from Uzbekistan.
Image: A man waves a flag in front of the parliament in Harare. Credit: Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images.
Zimbabwe's parliament begins impeaching President Mugabe as protests mount in the capital Harare.
Also in the programme: Syria's new realities and Islamic extremism in Uzbekistan.
(Photo: A protestor holds a portrait of Zimbabwean opposition and Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai outside the Zimbabwean parliament. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Zimbabwe's top general says President Robert Mugabe is in contact with the former vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa whose sacking prompted the current political crisis. The eldest daughter of Mr Mnangagwa tells Newshour her father, who has been described as Mr Mugabe's enforcer and accused of human rights violations, feared for his life after his sacking.
Also in the programme: The Lebanese family fed up with sectarian politics; and what does the collapse of coalition talks in Germany mean for Angela Merkel's future?
(Image: Zimbabwe's army chief Constantino Guveya Chiwenga speaks during a press conference in the capital Harare. Credit: AFP PHOTO/Jekesai Njikizana/Getty Images)
Robert Mugabe threatened with impeachment as he ignores resignation deadline; political uncertainty in Lebanon; and the death of notorious cult leader Charles Manson.
(Photo: A resident attends a prayer meeting called to force Robert Mugabe to resign outside Parliament Building in Harare, Zimbabwe. Credit: Reuters/Philimon Bulawayo)
The president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, has defied intense pressure to stand down. In a twenty-minute televised address, Mr Mugabe, flanked by military generals, said he intended to lead next month's congress of the ruling party, ZANU-PF. A party spokesman says they are following due process, but the opposition and the powerful war veterans group tell us they will go ahead with their efforts to impeach the president.
Also in the programme: The Haitians with a very uncertain in the future in the US; and hope for Argentina's missing submarine?
(Image: Robert Mugabe delivers a televised address to the nation. Credit: AFP/ZBC/Getty Images)
Zimbabwe's ruling party, ZANU-PF, dismisses Robert Mugabe as its leader, and appoints in his place the man he sacked as vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa. Also in the programme: Iraq-Iran earthquake one week on; and missing Argentina submarine may have sent failed satellite calls.
(Photo: Robert Mugabe. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)