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Carrie Lam is forced to suspend her annual address after being heckled in parliament. Opposition lawmakers disrupted the Legislative Council session by shouting and projecting slogans behind her. After a first interruption, the session resumed only to be interrupted again. It was then suspended - and Ms Lam delivered the address by video instead.
Also on the programme: President Erdogan vows to continue his controversial operation in northern Syria; and new research suggests pollution is a key factor in premature memory loss.
(Photo: Carrie Lam arrives to deliver her annual policy address, as lawmakers shout protests at the Legislative Council in Hong Kong Credit: Reuters/Tyrone Siu)
The Assad government has reached a deal with Kurdish-led forces in control of north-east Syria to stave off a Turkish assault. Kurdish fighters controlling the region would surrender the border towns of Manbij and Kobane to Damascus in a deal brokered by Russia.
Also on the programme: Bulgaria's football chief resigns after racist chants by some fans during the country's match against England; and the latest on the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump as members of Congress return from recess.
Picture: Residents of the town of Tal Tamer welcomed the arrival of the Syrian army. Credit: AFP.
President Erdogan of Turkey says he'll continue the military offensive against Kurds in northern Syria despite growing criticism. President Trump has been slammed from inside and outside the US over his withdrawal of troops from northern Syria. We will hear the case for the defence, from a former senior US security official.
Also in the programme: Newshour's Razia Iqbal, in Texas, hears how many Republicans there are unconvinced; and in Ecuador, will the president's major climbdown end weeks of protest and violence? And the winner of 2019 Booker Prize.
(Photo: The Syrian regime is moving towards the Turkish border after Damascus reached a deal with Kurdish forces. Credit: AFP)
Thousands of protesters take to the streets in Barcelona after Spain's Supreme Court sentences nine Catalan leaders to long jail terms for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid.
Also in the programme: Syrian government forces have taken up positions within the range of Turkish artillery, hours after striking a deal with the Kurds; and Newshour's Razia Iqbal talks to Texans at the annual state fair about food, cattle and President Trump.
Picture: Catalan regional police "Mossos D"Esquadra" officers control the entrance of El Prat airport in Barcelona on October 14, 2019. Credit: AFP/Getty images.
The US plans to evacuate 1,000 troops from northern Syria as Turkey military advances. Amid the unrest, family members of Islamic State fighters are reported to have escaped a camp that housed thousands of displaced people. It was at this camp a BBC journalist met three orphaned children, from London. Their parents had taken them to live in the Islamic State's caliphate five years ago.
Also in the programme: We go to Poland where the governing Law and Justice Party looks set to win today's elections ; and to Tunisia where the north African nation is holding its second election since becoming a democracy.
(Photo:A Turkish-backed Syrian fighter fires towards the border town of Ras al-Ain on October 13, 2019. Credit: Nazeer Al-khatib / AFP/Getty)
Kurdish forces in northern Syria say hundreds of relatives of Islamic State militants have escaped from a camp for displaced people after Turkish air strikes nearby.
Also as Pope Francis canonises five new saints in the Vatican - we ask what sort of people attain saintly status? And the Booker Prize-nominated author - Salmon Rushdie - tells us about how he adapts his fictional world to reflect the real one.
(Photo : Women and Children fleeing shelling on the Turkish Syrian border. Credit: Reuters)