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Intense battles between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh show no sign of abating three days after a fresh outbreak of hostilities. We speak to the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan.
Also in the programme: UN says most countries are failing women and girls with response to coronavirus; and why has Japan declared war on the fax machine and where else is it alive and kicking!
(Photo: The self-proclaimed authorities in Nagorno-Karabakh say their military has destroyed hundreds of enemy troops. Credit: Reuters)
The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has called for a complete Armenian withdrawal from Nagorno-Karabakh- the Caucasus region of south-eastern Europe. He was speaking as fierce clashes continued for a second day between Turkey's ally, Azerbaijan, and local Armenian forces. Dozens of people have been killed during the latest fighting involving tanks, rockets and artillery. Also in the programme: Former Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Donald Trump's tax affairs; and we go inside the Covid ward of a Venezuelan hospital.
Photo: A still image from a video released by Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry showing members of Azeri armed forces firing artillery during clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Credit: Defence Ministry of Azerbaijan via Reuters.
Armenia has accused Turkey of providing direct military support to Azerbaijan as fighting continues for a second day in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. We hear from officials from both sides.
Also, Donald Trump paid just $750 (£580) in federal income tax both in 2016, the year he ran for the US presidency, and in his first year in the White House, the New York Times says. We speak a veteran Republican party pollster will any of his supporters care?
And the story of one black lawyer's experience of systemic racism in the British legal system.
(Photo: Armenia published photos of what it said were destroyed Azerbaijani tanks. Credit: EPA)
Armenia has warned there could be all-out war with Azerbaijan after the heaviest fighting for years in the disputed region of Nagorno- Karabakh. We get the latest from our correspondent in the region. Plus analysis from an expert.
Also on the programme - the French Interior Minister's claim that his country is fighting a war on terrorism. We hear from a Jewish advocacy group about concerns over anti-semitism. And we get the latest from Paris about the miserable conditions and unhappy players, at the covid-affected French Open tennis tournament.
(Photo : Map of Nagorno-Karabakh; Credit : BBC)
Civilians have been killed and injured during heavy fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The president of the breakaway region, which is mainly inhabited by ethnic Armenians, has declared martial law. Russia has called for an immediate ceasefire.
Also in the programme: People in Switzerland are voting on whether to abandon an agreement with the European Union on the free movement of people; and the Kanneh-Masons family, one of Britain's most gifted musical siblings on creating music during lockdown.
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Across Europe new infections from coronavirus are causing concern with countries like Poland and the Czech Republic experiencing spikes in cases. In Spain Madrid is seeing a surge of infections. The health minister, Salvador Illa said it was time to take control to tackle a serious health crisis. We hear from him and a reporter in Madrid.
Also on the programme: President Trump is expected to name the conservative judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the vacant seat on the US Supreme Court - a move likely to draw opposition from liberals worried about her stance on abortion and gun rights. We hear from a friend and colleague.
And In France, President Macron is under pressure to allow interment in the Pantheon of two of France's best-loved poets, Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine. We hear from someone who signed the petition to make this happen.
(Photo: Spain's Health Minister Salvador Illa called for tougher measures in Madrid to curb the virus Credit: EPA)