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Lebanese head to the polls today in their first parliamentary elections for almost a decade.
Also in the programme: Iran's President Rouhani warns Trump of 'historic regret' over nuclear deal; and going to exhibitions...naked.
(Photo: A child casts a ballot on behalf of his father during the parliamentary election in Tunisia. Credit: Reuters)
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny was among those arrested at a Moscow demonstration ahead of Vladimir Putin’s inauguration for a fourth term as Russia's President on Monday.
Also in the programme: The woman who has witnessed hundreds of death row executions in the USA; and NASA launches a robotic mission to probe beneath the surface of Mars.
Picture: Russian police officers detain a protester during an unauthorised anti-Putin rally on May 5, 2018 in Moscow. Credit: Getty Images
Nasa's latest mission to Mars has blasted off from California, carrying a lander that will investigate the interior of the Red Planet. So how long before humans follow the robots?
Also in the programme: a number of strong earthquakes have hit Hawaii's Big Island, a day after the eruption of the Kilauea volcano; and memories of the student protests in Paris in May 1968.
(Photo: InSight on the Launch Pad. Credit: Nasa, Bill Ingalls)
President Trump says a date and a location have been set for a meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Also in the programme: Hawaii volcano and one hundred years since the Spanish Flu.
(Picture: US President Donald Trump speaks at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum during the NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
The organisation that decides the Nobel Prize for Literature has said it will not announce an award this year, after it was engulfed in a scandal over sexual assault allegations.
Also in the programme: Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts, and why does New Zealand keep getting missed off world maps?
Picture: A medal of Alfred Nobel. Credit: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images.
President Trump has confirmed that he reimbursed his attorney, Michael Cohen, for buying the silence of a porn actress about an alleged affair. Mr Trump - who denies having a relationship with Stormy Daniels - said the payment was to stop her making false accusations.
Also in the programme: After 50 years, the Basque militant group ETA says it will disband; and a huge payout in South Africa to tens of thousands of miners with lung disease.
Picture: Stormy Daniels exits the United States District Court Southern District of New York. Credit: Getty Images.