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Pyongyang appears to have blown up tunnels at its only nuclear test site in a move that may help reduce international tensions. Foreign reporters at the Punggye-ri site said they witnessed a huge blast.
Also in the programme: Investigators probing the downing of Malaysia airlines flight MH-17 over Ukraine says it has identified the Russian army unit that supplied the missile used to blow the airliner out of the sky; and how fruit bats may spread Ebola and the Nipah virus,
(Picture: North Korea's Punggye-ri site before the tunnels were destroyed. Credit: Reuters)
Yulia Skripal made her first public appearance since she and her father were poisoned in Salisbury. In a video statement she said they were “so lucky to have survived”.
Also on the programme: Who is Wael Abbas? The prominent Egyptian blogger has been detained by authorities. And we hear from Ireland about the country’s upcoming referendum on abortion.
Picture: Yulia Skripal makes a public statement. Credit: Reuters.
One of the great American authors, Philip Roth, who dominated and towered over American letters in the second half of the twentieth century has died, aged 85.
Also in the programme: The Pakistani teenager killed in Texas high school shooting is buried in her home city, Karachi, and Arsenal football club signs a new sponsorship deal with Rwanda's tourism authority.
Picture: Author Philip Roth poses in New York Credit: REUTERS/Eric Thayer/File Photo
President Trump, while meeting at the White House with South Korean President Moon, says that North Korea must meet certain conditions before next month’s summit can go ahead.
Also in the programme: Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg is grilled by European lawmakers, and the Venezuelans greeting President Maduro's re-election by leaving the country.
Picture: President Trump and South Korean President Moon shake hands during a meeting in the White House Oval Office. Credit: Getty Images.
Today, the city of Manchester is in the spotlight for a remembrance service, marking the first anniversary of the suicide bombing in which 22 people were killed and hundreds injured.
Also on the programme: The Palestinian authority asks the International Criminal Court to investigate alleged war crimes by Israel.
(Image:A fence is covered in hearts, offerings as a memorial following the Manchester Arena bombing, Credit:PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he will impose a tough a new sanctions regime on Iran and calls for support from leading allies.
Also in the programme: Italy gets a new Prime Minister and former US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Russia.
(Picture: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Delivers Remarks On New Iran Strategy. Credit: Getty Images)