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Syria is now into its eighth year of war. What kind of future could the country have if the end came into sight? We hear from the UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres who has been speaking to the BBC, and from our chief correspondent Lyse Doucet who has been making a documentary about the war.
Also on the programme: the latest on devastating storms in northern India, and the alleged affair causing increasing problems for President Trump.
(Image: Explosions in skyline of a southern district of Damascus, Credit: RAMI AL SAYED/AFP/Getty Images)
Nikol Pashinyan has suspended anti-government demonstrations that have brought much of Armenia to a standstill, after the ruling Republican Party indicated it would support his bid to become prime minister.
Also in the programme: The European Commission has set out proposals for the EU's first post-Brexit budget; and Cambridge Analytica, the political consultancy at the centre of a Facebook data-sharing scandal, has confirmed it will close down.
(Photo: Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan. Credit: Reuters)
An investigation into the number of civilian deaths from US-led coalition airstrikes in the battle for the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Also in the programme: as mass anti-government protests continue in Armenia, the interim prime minister has called for talks to end the political crisis; and a spotlight on the young Turks losing their religion.
Picture: Smoke billowing following an airstrike by US-led international coalition forces targeting Islamic State (IS) group in Mosul. Credit: Getty Images
The world's nuclear watchdog, IAEA, has indicated that allegations made by Israel about a secret Iranian nuclear weapons programme revealed nothing new.
A former senior member of Israel's nuclear establishment tells us what he thinks of the Iran nuclear deal, and his Prime Minister's allegations about Tehran's programme.
Also in the programme: Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg promises a new security tool - but will it allay concerns? And the rules to learning a language - from a huge new psychological study.
(Photo: John Kerry, Mohammad Javad Zarif and Federica Mogherini on stage after the announcement of a deal of the Iran nuclear programme
02/04/2015. Credit: Getty Images)
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has revealed what he calls "new and conclusive proof " of a secret Iranian nuclear weapons programme.
Also in the programme, the migrant caravan stuck at the US Mexico border and will technology soon allow us to live forever?
(Photo: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech on Iran's nuclear program. Credit: AFP)
Reports from Syria suggest that missile strikes on a government military base in Hama province have killed at least twenty-six people. But who fired the missiles and what was the target?
Also in the programme: At least 25 people have been killed in two bombings in the Afghan capital Kabul, including several journalists documenting the scene. AFP chief photographer in Kabul, Shah Marai, is among the victims. We hear from one of his friends and former colleagues. And And how damaged is the British Prime Minister by the resignation of her Home Secretary over an immigration scandal?
(Photo: Map of Syria, reported targets of missile strikes. Credit: BBC)