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At least 66 people killed after a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves explodes.
Also in the programme: President Trump makes a major announcement on immigration.
(Picture: Flames burn at the scene of a massive blaze triggered by a leaky pipeline in Tlahuelilpan, Hidalgo state, on January 18, 2019. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Pawel Adamowicz was fatally stabbed at a charity event last weekend. He’d been the mayor of Gdansk for 20 years. A day of mourning is underway in Poland today as his funeral service takes place in St Mary’s Church. We’ll hear from someone who knew him.
Also in the programme: the DRC’s Constitutional Court is due to rule on a challenge to the official results of the contested presidential election; and can music affect the taste of cheese?
(Picture: Scouts stand guard at the urn with the ashes of the late Gdansk Mayor Pawel Adamowicz. Credit: EPA)
Thousands of people in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, have turned out for the funeral of a man shot late on Thursday during clashes with the security forces. We speak to a protester and get the latest on the dramatic events in the city.
Also on the programme, we hear the first hand account of North Korea victims of Chinese sex trafficking in their bid to escape to the South. And how Croatia is dealing with asylum seekers from further East.
(Photo: Demonstrators staged a sit-in outside a hospital in Khartoum; Credit: REUTERS)
One of North Korea's top negotiators has arrived in Washington to meet US officials ahead of a possible second summit between Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump.
Also in the programme; the death toll rises as protests continue in Sudan and; should the remains of Jews killed and dumped in the Danube during the Second World War be exhumed and buried in Israel?
(Picture: Kim Yong-chol, a senior North Korean official who leads negotiations with the United States. Credit: EPA/YonHap South Korea)
The United Nation's top human rights official slams the response of the Sudanese authorities to a wave of anti-government protesters. We hear from Khartoum and from the UN.
Also on the programme: a senior North Korean official heads to Washington DC as talk grows of a second Trump-Kim summit. And we speak to the woman who broke an ultra-marathon record while expressing milk.
(Photo: Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir; Credit: ASHRAF SHAZLY/AFP/Getty Images)
Scientists believe that following a mainly plant-based diet could save lives, feed 10 billion people and help protect the environment. In a new study published by the Lancet medical journal, academics say that reducing our meat and dairy consumption will help prevent further damage to the planet.
Also on the programme a Ghanaian investigative journalist who helped expose corruption in local football has been shot dead. And we find out why Serbs are so keen to welcome President Putin even though the country aspires to join the European Union.
(Image: Fresh produce in a super market. Credit: Getty Images)