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Spain's socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will try to build a governing coalition, after his party won the most seats in the general election.
Also in the programme: the Islamic State group has released a video of a man it claims to be its leader -- the first sighting of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in five years; and Indonesia's planning minister announces capital city move.
(Photo: PM Pedro Sánchez. Credit: Getty Images)
Spanish political parties are gearing up for difficult coalition talks after inconclusive elections in which the Socialists emerged as the largest party. Also in the programme: Boeing shareholders meet, and mysterious whale spotted off Norwegian coast - friendly beluga or Russian spy?
(Photo: Spanish Socialist Party candidate for prime minister Pedro Sanchez applauds during the last campaign rally in Valencia on April 26, 2019. Credit: JOSE JORDAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Polls have closed in Spain's third general election in four years and the most divisive in decades. Exit polls put the governing socialist party in the lead, but without an overall majority.
Also in the programme: two homes raided in India in connection with last week's bombings in Sri Lanka, and Mozambique aid workers say they are unable to reach many of those affected by Cyclone Kenneth.
Image: Envelopes with votes lay inside a ballot box at a polling station during the Spanish general election. Credit: Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images.
With many churches shut, the Archbishop of Colombo holds a televised service with the president and prime minister one week after a series of bomb attacks killed over 250 people
Also in the programme: cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique and French intellectuals in politics
(Picture: Sri Lanka Mourns Victims of Easter Sunday Bombings. credit: Getty Images)
Sri Lanka's president, Maithripala Sirisena, has outlawed two Islamist groups suspected of carrying out the Easter Sunday suicide attacks. Also in the programme: Mozambique cyclone Kenneth has wiped out villages and Chinese police have broken up a gang accused of selling thirty-million dollars’ worth of fake Lego.
(Photo: Sri Lankan navy soldiers work to clean St. Anthony's Shrine in Colombo. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Sri Lankan security forces say they've found fifteen bodies after a gun battle and explosion at a suspected Islamist militant hideout in the east of the country. We hear from the General Manager of one of the Hotels targeted in the attacks.
Also in the programme: a powerful cyclone has smashed into Mozambique, flattening thousands of homes and flooding low-lying areas; and research showing how some fitness trackers add miles to your marathon!
(Photo: Sri Lanka remains on high alert following a wave of bombings last Sunday. Credit: Getty Images)