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Mueller report published

The long awaited report into Russian interference in the 2016 US election has been released. Also: Libya's PM condemns 'silence' of allies, and 'giant lion' fossil found in museum drawer.

Ame in five years

In a televised address, the French President Emmanuel Macron said he shared the pain and hope of the nation after the devastating fire. Also: Egypt's leader could rule until 2030 and early ocean plastic traced to 1960s.

Ame fire: Huge sums pledged to help rebuild cathedral

Hundreds of millions of euros are offered to help rebuild Notre-Dame after immense blaze. Several French companies have pledged funds, and offers of help with reconstruction have poured in from around the globe.

Also, why people in Iraqi Kurdistan still fear IS despite military defeat of the 'Caliphate', and we speak to the woman at the centre of a rape case that's divided Italy.

Sudan: Protest leaders demand end of the 'deep state'

Demonstrators call for dismantling of legacy of ousted leader Omar al-Bashir. Protesters have camped outside army HQ in the capital, Khartoum, and demand a civilian administration.

Also, former boss of Volkswagen is charged in Germany over his involvement in diesel-emissions scandal, and we ask - what makes 'Game of Thrones' so popular across the world ?

Tiger Woods makes golfing comeback

Tiger Woods wins his first major golf tournament in 11 years, redeeming himself after a period of personal and professional turmoil. Also: Sudan’s newest rulers try to appease protestors, and Pete Buttigieg – Midwestern mayor and openly gay Navy veteran – launches a bid to become the Democratic candidate for US president.

Sudan's new leader calls for dialogue

Protest leaders in Sudan have met the transitional military council in Khartoum after the country's new ruler pledges to end the curfew, release jailed protesters and "uproot the former regime". Also: President Trump says he wants to meet Kim Jong-un again but the North Korean leader appears more cautious, and doubts emerge about the authenticity of the world's most expensive painting, Salvator Mundi, which has been attributed to Leonardo Da Vinci.

Sudan coup: Military says it does not seek power

Sudan's transitional military council has said the former president, Omar al-Bashir, will face trial within the country. But the military says it will not extradite him on war crimes charges. And Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange could face a renewed investigation into an allegation of rape in Sweden. Plus the award winning Kenyan film director Wanuri Kahiu's new Hollywood venture.

Sudan protesters defy curfew

New military rulers imposed curfew after coup against president al-Bashir also: Israeli moon landing ends in failure and how China saves the world - in a movie.

Sudan military coup topples Bashir

The Sudanese military says it has ousted and arrested the long-time president Omar al Bashir, after months of protests. Also: Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has been arrested, and Beresheet -- a private mission attempting to land on the Moon.

Netanyahu set for record fifth term

The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is on course to form a new coalition government. Also: British PM to make Brexit delay plea at EU summit and the push is on to cure Hepatitis B.

No clear winner in Israeli election

Exit polls in Israel suggest there will be no clear winner in the closely fought general election. Also: Sudan's police have ordered officers not to intervene against thousands of protesters, and British Prime Minister Theresa May has been trying to persuade the French and German presidents to agree to a short Brexit extension.

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