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Former High Representative to Bosnia-Hercegovina Lord Paddy Ashdown has condemned plans for a land swap between Serbia and Kosovo. Its leaders say the plan will end a long-running border dispute. But diplomats are concerned it could destabilise the entire region.
Also on the programme: as the UN's Human Rights Commissioner Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein ends his term in office we ask - what has he achieved? And for the first time in five decades a NASA trainee astronaut has quit the elite training programme.
Photo: A German KFOR soldier stands guard at the Jarinje border crossing between Serbia and Kosovo in 2011 Credit: SASA DJORDJEVIC/AFP/Getty Images
Russian leader Vladimir Putin has rowed back on plans to make women wait until they're 63 to get the state pension, softening a measure that's drastically cut his approval rating.
Also in the programme: Brazil's decision deploy its army to its border with Venezuela, and the contraception app in trouble for exaggerating its effectiveness.
Picture: Russian President Vladimir Putin. Credit: Alexei Druzhinin\TASS via Getty Images.
Canada's foreign minister has cut short a trip to Europe to join talks in Washington, in a bid for the country to remain part of a trade deal with the US and Mexico. The countries are discussing a renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, of which President Trump has long been a vocal critic.
Also in the programme: we discuss France's celebrity Environment Minister's very public resignation and why Russia is planning its biggest show of military strength since the Cold War.
Picture: President Trump Announces Revised NAFTA Deal With Mexico Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images
UN human rights experts have issued a report saying that war crimes may have been committed and that Yemeni government forces, the Saudi-led coalition backing them, and - on the other side - the Iran-aligned rebel Houthi movement have all made little attempt to minimise civilian casualties. We hear from one of the authors of the report.
Also in the programme: why the French environment minister has decided to step down and we have a special report from the biggest migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Photo: A camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) on the outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen Credit: EPA/YAHYA ARHAB
When did the Pope know about abuse allegations against a former American cardinal? We speak to the priest who first tried to report them, and to the Archbishop of Chicago, a close ally of Pope Francis. Also: the US and Mexico reach a new trade deal; and a dangerously affectionate dolphin.
(Photo: Pope Francis. Credit: Danny Lawson/PA Wire)
A United Nations investigation has called for the head of the Burmese military to be prosecuted at the International Criminal Court for the genocide of ethnic Rohingyas. It's also criticised the civilian leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, for failing to prevent the violence last year.
Also in the programme: the Ugandan opposition MP Bobi Wine has been granted bail on treason charge; and Australia says a boat found abandoned on a remote crocodile-infested shore was being used by people-smugglers.
Picture: Rohingya women protest on the first anniversary of the Rohingya crisis. Credit: Getty Images.