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At least one person has died, and ten have been injured, following a van attack on a group of Muslims outside a mosque in North London. The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has said the attack was a terrorist incident every bit as sickening as other recent ones in the country.
Also in the programme: French President Emmanuel Macron's party wins parliamentary majority; Formal talks on Britain leaving the European Union have begun in Brussels.
(Photo: Armed Police officers attend the scene of an attack where a van was driven at Muslim worshippers in Finsbury Park in north London. Credit: Reuters)
Portugal's Prime Minister Antonio Costa has described the forest fire that has ravaged the Pedrógão Grande area of his country as its "greatest tragedy" in recent years. Scores of people have lost their lives in the fire, according to Portuguese officials.
Also in the programme: The new military assault to push so-called Islamic State fighters out of the Iraqi city of Mosul; The Swedish company that could help you say goodbye to credit cards, electric keys and id cards...if you're willing to have a microchip implanted in your body.
(Image: A man stands on a roadside and watches the forest fire that has claimed scores of lives in central Portugal on 18th June 2017. Credit: Patricia De Melo/AFP/Getty Images)
French President Emmanuel Macron's party is on track for a parliamentary majority, weeks after his presidential victory. What next for his fledgling party?
Also on the programme: The latest from Mali where gunmen have stormed a tourist resort popular with Westerners; Portugal declares three days of mourning as the emergency services battle to contain a forest fire which has killed more than 60 people. Plus: A piece of classical music three hours long and consisting of just one note.
( Photo; French President Emmanuel Macron. Credit: Getty)
Are austerity policies of recent UK governments in part responsible for the Grenfell fire?
Also in the programme: Saudi foreign minister on the rift with Qatar, and the director of the Rocky film remembered
(Picture: Britain's Queen Elizabeth meets members of the community affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower, in north Kensington, West London on 16 June 2017. Credit: Reuters/Dominic Lipinski)
As the death toll rises in the London fire, we hear from a volunteer who accuses the authorities of not doing enough.
Also on the programme:
A US jury has failed to reach a verdict in the sexual assault case against entertainer Bill Cosby. And French voters go to the polls again on Sunday, this time to elect a new Parliament. What will it mean for President Macron's reform programme?
(photo: Community leaders from the Grenfell Tower outside Number 10 Downing Street after meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Credit: Getty)
Hundreds of protestors, angry at the official response to the west London tower block fire, are marching on the British parliament at Westminster. There were angry scenes as residents affected by the blaze tried to storm the offices of the council which owns Grenfell Tower.
Also in the programme: President Trump announces a new policy on Cuba, and former German Chancellor, Helmut Kohl, dies at the age of eighty-seven.
(Photo: Protesters attending a rally calling for justice for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire march toward Downing Street in Westminster. Credit: Getty Images.)