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The US and China trade accusations after North Korea test-fires another missile. Also: police say London train blast is a terror incident and Saturn probe Cassini is incinerated.
President Donald Trump says he's 'fairly close' to concluding a deal with Democrats to protect young undocumented migrants known as Dreamers. Mr Trump told journalists that any agreement must include 'massive border security'. Also in this podcast, a Nobel prize winner condemns Aung San Suu Kyi, and the reporter who packs his paintbox and brushes when he heads off to war zones.
On Wednesday top Democrats announced an agreement on young undocumented migrants after talks with Mr Trump. They said the plan excluded the president's proposed wall with Mexico. Mr Trump said the wall would be built.
Also, students die trapped in a Malaysian school, Russia launches huge war games and why your tattoo could be poisoning you.
Secretary-General condemns military campaign against Rohingya Muslims as ethnic cleansing. Also: We have a special report from inside the Syrian city of Raqqa and freezing out ice-cream in Venezuela
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker sets out ambitious vision for the EU. He sees "window of opportunity" to build a stronger, more united union, but it "wouldn't stay open forever". Also: Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi to miss key UN debate. What's a fatberg? Dame Kiri Te Kanawa retires from public singing.
Critics says the funding is punishment for criticising president Duterte's war on drugs. Also: Brazil's president slams judiciary and Apple reveals iPhone X.