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A new report says there will be a global crash in the number of children being born by the end of the century. The number of people on the planet is expected to peak at just under 10 billion by 2064, before falling to fewer than nine billion by 2100.
Also in the programme: A court rules Apple does have to pay back taxes in Ireland; and we hear from a NASA engineer on his prison sentence in Turkey.
(Picture: Newborn baby. Credit: Getty Images)
China has vowed to retaliate after the US ended Hong Kong's preferential trade status and imposed sanctions on officials who crack down on rights. We'll look at the face-off between the world's two super powers.
Also in the programme: revelations from South Africa that Covid-19 is resulting in a serious collapse of the healthcare system, and a look at the long term impact of the virus on the body and the mind.
(Picture: U.S. President Donald Trump attends a news conference in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, U.S. Credit: Reuters/Jonathan Ernst)
UK operators won’t be allowed to buy new hardware from Huawei from the end of the year and all existing equipment is to be stripped out by 2027. It follows sanctions imposed by Washington, which claims the firm poses a national security threat - something Huawei denies.
Also on the programme: Ghislaine Maxwell, the the British socialite and ex-girlfriend of the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein appears at a bail hearing via video link; healthcare professionals discuss telemedicine and we ask whether no-show diners could send the restaurant industry over the edge.
(Picture: A Huawei sign is seen on its store near a traffic light in Beijing, China July 14, 2020. Credit: REUTERS)
The move represents a major U-turn on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s previous decision to allow Huawei to play a part in the UK’s 5G infrastructure. Also: hundreds of thousands of people in Hong Kong turn out to vote in unofficial primary elections, and some of America’s wealthiest people have asked to pay more taxes.
(Photo: Huawei headquarters in Reading, England Credit: Reuters/Matthew Childs)
The World Health Organisation has warned that the coronavirus pandemic will get far worse if governments don't stick to basic healthcare precautions.
Also in the programme: Washington Redskins to drop controversial team name following review; and an argument against driverless cars.
(Photo: WHO officials said it was "unrealistic" to expect a vaccine to be found any time soon. Credit: Getty Images)
It’s Poland's slimmest presidential election victory since the end of communism in 1989. Mr Duda’s win is expected to lead to further strained relations with the EU and continued opposition to abortion and gay rights.
Also in the programme: South Africa has introduced new restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19, and how one of Italy’s most powerful organised crime groups infiltrated hospitals to launder money during the pandemic.
(Photo: Polish President Andrzej Duda with his wife and supporters. Credit: Maja Hitij/ Getty Images)