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French presidential hopefuls meet ahead of election on Sunday; FBI director answers questions on Clinton email investigation; Facebook hires thousands to review live content
Britain must "settle its accounts" with the European Union as part of the Brexit process says the EU's Brexit chief negotiator, Michel Barnier. He says the UK's departure will be neither quick nor easy.
Also in the programme: eyewitness report of a deadly attack on a Nato convoy in Kabul and the social media shaping Iran's presidential election.
Athletes react angrily to a European anti-doping proposal / FBI translator married IS recruiter in Syria / Kenyan wins 2 million dollars by betting on football results
Allegations that French presidential candidate copied parts of speech by François Fillon, Merkel and Putin meet for talks in Sochi, how things didn't add up when UK politician spoke on police recruitment, why British singers are trying to duet with nightingales
US president has said he would meet North Korean leader if it was 'appropriate', Venezuela hikes minimum wage by 60%, Fines for feeding seagulls
Presidential frontrunner says he will not let down French people who want changes to EU, Iraqi Christians return to homes once occupied by IS, Japan sends its largest warship to escort US vessel, when Mark Zuckerberg dropped in for dinner