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With a new Socialist prime minister in charge in Spain and a new regional government installed in Catalonia, the new Catalan vice president says it's time to take the heat out of the conflict.
Also in the programme: we speak to a prominent Ethiopian opposition activist released after four years on death row and ask why Cuba is changing its constitution
Picture: A banner hangs from the balcony of the Generalitat Palace in Barcelona after the new Catalan government is sworn in Credit: AFP/Getty Images
The socialist Pedro Sanchez has been sworn in as Spain's new prime minister; he'll lead a minority government dependent on support from regional parties. How will he deal with bids for independence in Catalonia?
Also in the programme: the singer from Lebanon who's had enough of the way political power is distributed there; and after four years on death row - what now for the released Ethiopian opposition activist Andargachew Tsege?
(Photo: Spain"s new Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez smiles during a swearing-in ceremony at the Zarzuela Palace near Madrid on June 2nd. Credit: Getty Images)
After meeting a senior North Korean envoy at the White House, Mr Trump says that his summit with Kim Jong-Un will happen in Singapore on 12 June. He told reporters afterwards that “they want it, we think it’s important and I think we would be making a big mistake if we didn’t have it.”
Also in the programme: how do American steelworkers feel about the new US tariffs on Canadian, European and Mexican steel? And as the Kenyan President orders civil servants to undergo lie detector tests as a way of fighting corruption, we speak to an expert about how well they actually work.
Picture: US President Donald Trump poses with North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol outside the White House. Credit: AFP Photo.
Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy has been forced out of office after he lost a vote of no confidence in parliament. The socialist leader Pedro Sánchez will be the country's next leader.
Also on the programme: Italy has formed a new government for the second time in a week and a controversial new law is introduced in Bavaria, requiring all public buildings to display Christian crosses.
(Photo: Mariano Rajoy. Credit: AFP PHOTO)
The US imposes tough new tariffs on aluminium and steel imports from Canada, Mexico and the EU. The move is part of President Trump's plan to fulfil a campaign promise to protect America's steel industry.
Also on the programme: Italy creates a new government and the bringing back to life of dissident Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko.
(Photo: Rolled up steel sits in the ArcelorMittal Dofasco steel plant in Hamilton, Ontario. Credit: Mark Blinch/Reuters)
As plans continue for next month's possible meeting between Kim Jong-Un and Donald Trump, the Russian foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, has become the latest senior international figure to visit Pyongyang.
Also on the programme: With thousands potentially caught up in Ireland's false birth certificate scandal, we hear from one woman who asked her father whether she'd been adopted - at the age of 49.
Picture: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov meets with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang. Credit: Valery Sharifulin/AFP/Getty Images.