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Kurdish-led forces in Syria have proclaimed victory over the Islamic State group after capturing its final pocket of territory in Baghouz. The BBC's Aleem Maqbool was there for the final assault this week.
Also in the programme; Special counsel Robert Mueller delivers his long awaited report, investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign; and the Chinese President has today signed a multi-billion dollar deal with Italy.
(PHOTO: Many of the IS women fled Baghouz with their children and are now refugees CREDIT: AFP)
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Beirut to meet Lebanese political leaders, but his visit appears to be overshadowed by a tweet sent hours earlier by President Donald Trump, who said it was time for the US to recognise Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights. Hours later, Donald Trump tweeted again, this time announcing the rolling back of sanctions on North Korea that the United States imposed just a day ago.
Also in the programme: the adverts banned for claiming they can cure autism, and a preview of the upcoming elections in Thailand.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Lebanon's President Michel Aoun. Credit Jim Young/AFP/Getty Images.
Theresa May is making a final attempt to persuade MPs to back her Brexit deal -- after the European Union agreed to postpone the UK's withdrawal date.
Also in the programme: Golan Heights recognition; a new film on the life of Rudolf Nureyev.
(Picture: European Council Convenes As UK Seeks Brexit Delay. Credit Getty Images)
The UK could be offered a Brexit delay to 22nd May on the condition the UK Parliament approves Theresa May’s deal next week, according to a leaked draft European Council document. However, in recent hours, 7th May has been mentioned as the EU’s preferred date for Brexit.
Also in the programme: 15,000 people in Mozambique are still in need of rescue from disaster areas following Cyclone Idai; and President Trump suggests that he will recognise “Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights”.
(Picture: British Prime Minister Theresa May walks past flags of the European Union as she arrives for a two-day summit of European Union leaders on 21st March 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Theresa May has arrived in Brussels to discuss a three month delay to Brexit with other European leaders.
Also in the programme: Mozambique flooding; New Zealand gun laws.
(Picture: European Union and United Kingdom flags together on sunny day. credit: Getty)
Aid workers in Mozambique say there are only two or three days of clean water left in the city of Beira, which was struck by a cyclone six days ago. A BBC correspondent in the country says people have sought refuge in a stadium and on rooftops, waiting for food and water. The World Food Programme has started to distribute supplies but some communities remain cut off.
Also on the programme; as the first burials take place of some of the victims of Friday's mosque attacks in Christchurch we hear from New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Arden. And can the UK Prime Minister get the delay to the Brexit date she needs? She's asked for the date to be extended from 29 March to the 30 June. Will the EU agree?
(Picture: People walk on muddy roads in Matarara, central Mozambique Credit: EPA/ Catueira)