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President Trump says he's now "very happy" with his Nato allies, because they've committed to "substantially" increase their defence contributions. No country has yet confirmed that increased spending. Was this a victory in Brussels for President Trump?
Also in the programme: we hear from one of the divers who helped rescue the football team trapped in a cave system in Thailand.
Picture: President Trump holds a press conference in Brussels following a two-day Nato summit. Credit: AFP Photo.
President Trump has urged allies to increase military spending targets from 2% to 4% of their annual output.
Also in the programme: Families of victims accuse German authorities of failures in neo-Nazi murder case; and Ugandan government reconsiders tax on social media use.
(Photo: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (L) and US President Donald Trump (R). Credit: AFP / Getty Images)
US President Donald Trump has suggested Germany's imports of Russian natural gas are a security concern, as he and other Nato leaders gather for a summit.
Also in the programme: fresh details emerge about the successful rescue of the Thai cave boys; German Neo-Nazi Beate Zschäpe is found guilty of 10 racially-motivated murders; and the United States contemplates tariffs on another $200bn-worth of Chinese products.
(Photo: President Trump arrives in Europe. Credit: AFP)
All 12 boys and their football coach were rescued after more than two weeks trapped in a cave.
Also in the programme: Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo’s widow leaves China after eight years of house arrest; and five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo swaps Real Madrid for Juventus.
Picture: Four Thai Navy Seals are seen after leaving the cave safe during the rescue mission in Thailand. Credit: Thai Navy Seal/via Reuters.
All twelve boys and their football coach have now been brought out alive from flooded caves in Thailand where they'd been trapped in for two-and-a-half weeks. We have the latest on the rescue operation and hear from a child psychiatrist about the challenges ahead for the boys after their ordeal.
Also in the programme: As President Trump heads to Europe for the NATO summit, our correspondent travels to the border between Russia and NATO; and an assessment of the man President Trump has nominated to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court.
(Photo: The boys, aged between 11 and 17, became trapped with their coach on 23 June, 2018. Credit: Getty Images)
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigns: "Brexit dream is dying". So what does this mean for the future of Prime Minister Theresa May?
Also on the programme: Thai cave rescue sees eight out of thirteen taken out from underground; and Eritrea and Ethiopia declare official end to the state of war that has gone on for two decades.
(Photo: Boris Johnson resigns as Foreign Secretary Credit: Getty Images)