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Muslim leaders have lifted a boycott of Islam's third holiest site in East Jerusalem after the last remnants of Israel's recently installed security apparatus were taken away.
Also in the programme: the leader of Japan's main opposition party announces her resignation after only a year in the job, and is it really necessary to complete a course of antibiotics?
Photo: Palestinian Muslim protesters pray outside the al-Aqsa mosque. Credit: Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images.
In a tweet, President Trump cites "tremendous medical costs and disruption" as the reason for a ban on transgender people in the US military.
In other news: How the world's most valuable fungus could be at risk; and we hear from the leader of a "liberal" mosque.
(Photo: US President Donald Trump. Credit: Justin Merriman/Getty Images)
The European Court of Justice's ruling was brought by Austria and Slovenia, and could affect the future of several hundred people who arrived during the migrant crisis of 2015.
Also in the programme: new diesel and petrol vehicles to be banned from 2040 in the UK, and we hear from women who have fled Raqqa and are now being held by Kurdish forces on the outskirts of the city.
(Photo: Migrants Cross From Hungary Into Austria On Route To Northern Europe. Credit: Getty Images)
President Trump says he will make a decision soon on Jeff Sessions' future, after publicly criticising him over his handling of the investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Also in the programme: Trump hails a Senate vote to debate a Republican healthcare bill, and sperm counts fall dramatically in the West.
Photo: US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions. Credit: Getty Images
President Trump has again attacked his own Attorney-General, in an early-morning series of tweets. He accused Jeff Sessions of adopting a very weak position on what he called the "crimes" of his presidential rival, Hillary Clinton.
Also in the programme: melting of Greenland ice-sheet "could accelerate"; and did Polish protests work?
Picture: Attorney-General Jeff Sessions. Credit: Getty Images
President Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor Jared Kushner denies collusion with Russia during a closed Senate hearing. He said all of his "actions were proper and occurred in the normal course of events" of the campaign.
Also in the programme: a frontrunner to the Chinese Presidency falls from grace; and we go to Fajullah in Iraq to see what life is like after the so-called Islamic State.
Picture: Senior White House advisor Jared Kushner during statement to the press after Senate hearing. Credit: Reuters/Joshua Roberts