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Jubilant crowds have been marching in Zimbabwe to demand the resignation of President Robert Mugabe and to celebrate the army's move to force him from power.
Also on the programme: The former Lebanese prime minister, Saad Hariri, is meeting President Macron of France to discuss crisis sparked by his resignation; the conservative Christians protesting against what they see as 'immoral art' in Brazil. And a rare India ink drawing of the boy detective Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy has been sold for almost half-a-million dollars at an auction in Paris.
(Photo: Protesters calling for Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to step down take to the streets in Harare. Credit: Reuters)
Saad Hariri, the former Lebanese prime minister who resigned in Saudi Arabia has said he is leaving the Kingdom for France; how much longer can Robert Mugabe hold on as Zimbabwean president, as his former allies desert him?
(Image: Saad Hariri. Credit: Getty Images)
South African government ministers are in Harare for crisis talks with ousted President Robert Mugabe and military leaders who have seized control.
Also on the programme: Yemen's civilians pay price of Saudi-led blockade; 'Leonardo da Vinci artwork' sells for record $450 million; and a genetic mutation has been identified in the Amish people of the mid-western United States that appears to extend their life span!
(Photo: A vendor sits at a stall in the Zimbabwean capital Harare on November 16, 2017, a day after the military took power and announced plans to arrest "criminals" close to the president. Credit: AFP)
Zimbabwe's military has taken control of the country saying it is targeting the president's allies, but not the president himself. The army's intervention was triggered by a power struggle to succeed Mr Mugabe between his wife, Grace, and Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was sacked as Vice-President last week.
Also in the programme: Africa's richest woman, Isabel Dos Santos, has been sacked as the head of Angola's state oil company; and the rise of poppy cultivation in Afghanistan.
Photo: Troops on patrol in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare. Credit: AFP