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President Trump's visit comes as the number of people missing tops 1,000, making the wildfires the most destructive in the state's history. Hear how firefighters are responding after he initially blamed state-level land management for the blazes.
Also in the programme: protesters take to the streets of France over rising fuel costs; and is social media undercutting the effectiveness of clinical trials?
Picture: Dogs being used to search for human remains in California. Credit: AFP.
US media is reporting that the CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Also in the programme; thousands of drivers have closed roads in France in a protest against high-fuel prices. And social media can help some families dealing with terminal illness connect to communities and find information, but it can help ruin clinical trials?
(Photo: A man holds a picture of Jamal Khashoggi during a demonstration in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul. Credit: EPA/Erdem Sahin)
Family members and survivors of the deadliest wildfires in California history sought news today of 630 missing people. Over 60 people have been confirmed dead.
Also in the programme: a genocide verdict in Cambodia and groundbreaking new treatment for deadly sleeping sickness.
(Picture: A fire-damaged Pacific Coast sign remains standing along the Pacific Coast Highway amid the blackened and charred hills from the Woolsey Fire. Credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)
In the first genocide ruling against any member of Cambodia's brutal Khmer Rouge regime, two leaders have been found guilty. Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan were on trial at the UN-backed tribunal in Phnom Penh on charges of exterminating Cham Muslims and ethnic Vietnamese.
Also on the programme: A Turkish official tells us that justice for the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is unlikely as funeral prayers are held for him around the world; details of a scathing report into poverty in Britain; and a new way to measure a kilogramme.
(Photo: Former Khmer Rouge Deputy Secretary of the Communist Party of Kampuchea Nuon Chea (L) and former Khmer Rouge Head of State Khieu Samphan (R) in the courtroom at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC). Credit: ECCC handout photo)
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a major revolt in her party over the terms of the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement. Two cabinet ministers have resigned in protest, while some conservative members have submitted letters of no confidence in her leadership.
Also in the programme - Saudi Arabia presents its latest version of how journalist Jamal Khashoggi met his death, and why votes in Florida are still being recounted, a week after the mid-term elections.
(Photo: Prime Minister Theresa May gives a press conference. Credit: Getty Images)
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is facing questions from a hostile parliament over a draft agreement for leaving the European Union. Meanwhile several ministers including chief Brexit negotiator Dominic Raab have resigned over the deal.
Also in the programme: An operation to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar stalls; What is Thailand's "fake news" law being used for?
(Photo: European Council President Donald Tusk holds the 'draft agreement of the withdrawal of the UK from the EU. Credit: EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)