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The leaders of two anti-establishment parties in Italy have set out separate claims to lead the country. The Five Star Movement and a right-wing grouping including the anti-immigrant League both made strong gains in elections on Sunday, but neither bloc has an outright majority.
Also in the programme: Zimbabwe's tourism minister talks to Newshour about the legacy of Robert Mugabe; and who is the Syrian general at the forefront of the government's assault on the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta?
(Image: League party leader Matteo Salvini. Credit: Piero Cruciatti/AFP/Getty Images)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to form her fourth government after the opposition Social Democrats vote in favour of joining another grand coalition with her Christian Democrats.
Also in the programme: Italians vote in general elections; And legendary runner Sir Roger Bannister has died
Picture: German Chancellor, Angela Merkel Credit: Getty Images
Video assistant referees are set to be used at this year's World Cup in Russia after football's lawmakers voted to approve the technology.
Also; Nepal is launching the country's first hiking trail for disabled trekkers and Muppet legend, Frank Oz talks about his new documentary.
(Photo: Video assistant referee technology being tested. Credit: Reuters)
The United Nations has been giving more details about why it has suspended humanitarian operations in the Nigerian town of Rann, following an attack on Thursday blamed on the Islamist group Boko Haram. We hear from a UN spokeswoman in Nigeria.
Also in the programme: The latest episode in our series about the assassination of the former Pakistani Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto; And we hear from the transgender actress from Chile, hailed as a ground-breaker at the Oscars.
(Picture: UN staff assist with the relocation of aid workers after an attack in the town of Rann, at Maiduguri Airport. Credit: Reuters)
Also in the programme: A hitherto undiscovered 1.5 million penguins found in Antarctica; and Britain's Prime Minister lays out her vision of a future economic partnership with the European Union after Brexit.
(Photo: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Credit: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)
Key trading partners of the United States say they'll be forced to respond in kind, if President Trump follows through on his promise to introduce tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. Hear reaction from China, the EU and Turkey.
Also in the programme: British Prime Minister Theresa May outlines her key aims for Brexit; and scientists conclude there are five types of diabetes, not just two.
(Photo: A steel industry worker. Credit: Getty Images)