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Theresa May is to chair a meeting of the National Security Council (NSC), amid speculation she is close to blaming Russia for the nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia.Also in the programme: The BBC is making an unprecedented appeal to the UN to stop Iran from harassing its Persian service staff, and how successful has a 100-year old sugar tax been in Norway?Picture: police officer stands on duty at a cordon near a bench covered in a protective tent at The Maltings shopping centre in Salisbury, southern England. Credit: Adrian Denis/AFP/Getty Images.
Colombia's FARC Marxist guerrillas have contested elections for the first time, having laid down their arms, but their presence on the ballot is hugely controversial.Also in the programme: China has removed its presidential two-term limit, but what caused the United States to introduce legislation in 1947 preventing presidents from serving more than two terms? And can robots learn to understand the niceties of social interaction?(Photo: Ivan Marquez of the political party of the FARC casts his vote during the legislative elections in Bogota, Colombia 11 March 2018. Credit: Reuters/Jaime Saldarriaga)
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