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Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, says he has won the Presidential election. He said the incumbent, Emmerson Mnangagwa, would have declared his victory already if he had the most votes.
Also on the programme: Dozens have been killed and wounded in attacks on Yemen's port city of Hodeida, after air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition; and a Republican Congressman explains what President Trump needs to tell President Xi about the repression of Chinese Muslims.
(Photo: Soldiers are on the streets of the capital for a second day. Credit: Reuters)
Turkey says it will retaliate against US sanctions on the Turkish justice and interior ministers over the continued detention of an American pastor on terrorism charges. Andrew Brunson has been held for nearly two years over alleged links to political groups. It is unprecedented for the US to hit a Nato ally with sanctions - we get reaction from Turkey's representative to the alliance.
Also in the programme: Why cocaine production in Colombia has reached unprecedented levels and how the country is trying to fight back; and we speak to a close ally of Moise Katumbi, the Congolese opposition leader set to return after two years in exile.
(Image: Andrew Brunson. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Police in Zimbabwe say three people have been killed after soldiers opened fire to disperse opposition supporters alleging fraud in Monday's elections. Both sides are trading accusations over the violence that engulfed parts of the capital Harare. The protests came after the Electoral Commission said the governing ZANU-PF had attained a two-thirds majority in parliament.
Also in the programme: a reporter in Texas who's just retired after witnessing hundreds of death row executions.
Picture: a supporter of Zimbabwean opposition MDC Alliance pushes a barrel in front of a fire in Harare. Credit: Luis Tato/AFP/Getty Images.
The Electoral Commission in Zimbabwe says the governing ZANU-PF has attained a two-thirds majority in parliament. The opposition MDC has complained of electoral fraud.
Also in the programme: The former Congolese militia leader and vice-president, Jean-Pierre Bemba, has returned to Kinshasa after a decade in exile and prison; and scientists in Australia say they have managed to protect a large urban area from mosquitoes that spread the dengue virus.
Picture: Supporters of the ruling ZANU-PF party of President Emmerson Mnangagwa celebrate following general elections in Zimbabwe. Credit: Reuters.
The first results are emerging in the landmark elections, but the opposition party the MDC Alliance is already crying foul. International observers have mixed reviews of how the clean the voting process has been.
Also in the programme: The Palestinian poet jailed for incitement, and the clamp-down on cough medicine in Nigeria.
(Picture: Supporters of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change party. Credit: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters)
U.S. spy agencies are seeing signs that North Korea is constructing new missiles at a factory that produced the country’s first intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the United States, according to officials familiar with the intelligence.
Also in the programme: As Zimbabwe awaits the first results from Monday's elections, the official overseeing the vote says there was no cheating or rigging; and It's emerged that a suicide bomber who killed twenty-two people at a pop concert in Manchester had been rescued from Libya by the Royal Navy three years earlier.
Picture:North Korean leader Kim Jong-un gives guidance to nuclear weaponization of ICBM. Credit: KCNA via European Photopress Agency