Warnings of deadly storm surges in Florida and more than two million homes and businesses are without power. We hear from Miami, Florida Keys, and Fort Myers. Also, the exiled and stateless former Georgian President finally manages to cross the border into Ukraine, and, how the story of the Oslo peace Accords was turned into an award winning play.
The Governor of Florida warns of devastation, and there's looting in St Martin. Also we hear more about the plight of Muslim Rohingyas after our correspondent returns from Rakhine state and software that can identify your sexuality
Severe damage has been reported in Oaxaca and Chiapas states. Also, US federal emergency agency says Hurricane Irma will 'devastate' either Florida or neighbouring states and bats 'tricked' into flying into buildings.
The second most powerful Atlantic storm ever continues to batter the Caribbean. So far at least ten people have been killed by the category five hurricane, which has sustained winds of 290km/h.
Also, the Pope's message of peace in Colombia, and the Louvre is coming to the Arab world.