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The US Commerce Department has reached a deal with Chinese tech firm ZTE that will remove a ban that prevented the company from buying parts from US suppliers. The ban had been implemented after authorities concluded the company broke trading restrictions by selling to countries like Iran and North Korea. Republican Rep. David Young of Iowa explains why so many of his colleagues oppose the decision.
Also in the programme: the Red Cross pulls dozens of workers out of Yemen; and Nasa's Curiosity Rover uncovers organic molecules on Mars.
(Photo: ZTE headquarters. Credit: Getty Images)
During his trip to the UK the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, tells the BBC recent protests in the Gaza Strip were violent riots aimed at killing at Israelis.
Also in the programme: an undercover investigation shows more than 100 African football officials accepting cash; and Jordan's new prime minister announces he will withdraw a controversial income tax bill that's led to the biggest protests in the Kingdom for years.
Picture: British Prime Minister, Theresa May, hosts Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, at Downing Street. Credit: EPA/Simon Dawson.
A US judge who was widely criticised for his leniency towards a student sex attacker, has been removed from office by local voters. It's the first time in more than eighty years that a Californian judge has been removed from office in this way.
Also in the programme: the latest on the rescue operation after the volcanic eruption in Guatemala, and why have Argentina called off a friendly match against the Israeli national football team?
Picture: a plane flies over Stanford University with a banner reading 'Protect Survivors. Not Rapists. #PerskyMustGo'. Credit: Getty Images.
Authorities in Guatemala say that the death toll from Sunday's devastating volcano eruption has climbed to 75 and nearly 200 people remain missing.
Also in the programme: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in London to discuss the Iran nuclear deal; and Afghanistan's chief executive, Abdullah Abdullah, insists there will be elections in October despite widespread violence.
Picture: View of the damage caused by the eruption of the Fuego Volcano in Guatemala. Credit: AFP.
The UN Human Rights Office is calling on the administration of US President Donald Trump to halt its policy of separating children from their parents after crossing the US border with Mexico. The UN says the policy of separating families to control migration is ‘unlawful and violates rights of the child’.
Also in the programme: why FIFA is unhappy at online ticket giant Viagogo's practices, and remembering Kate Spade, the fashion designer who made stylish handbags affordable.
Picture: Children at the border wall between the US and Mexico. Credit: Reuters/Jose Luis Gonzalez.
The human rights group, Amnesty International, says the campaign to free the Syrian city of Raqqa from the Islamic State group killed many more civilians than has so far been acknowledged. Amnesty blames air strikes by the US-led coalition for many of these deaths.
Also in the programme: Iran has formally announced that it will increase its uranium enrichment capacity as a result of President Trump's decision to abandon the international nuclear deal; and it's been a year since the big countries of the Gulf - led by Saudi Arabia - placed a blockade on Qatar.
Picture: A fighter/soldier of Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) stands amidst the ruins of buildings near the Clock Square in Raqqa. Credit: REUTERS