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20
MAY
7pm

Venezuelan Polls Close as Opposition Cries Foul

President Maduro's opponents claim Sunday's election was marred by irregularities. The government says it was 'free and fair'. Also: lava from Hawaii volcano reaches coast, and what Hitler's teeth tell us about his death.
19
MAY
8pm

Prince Harry Marries Meghan Markle

Two billion across the globe watch the couple exchange vows at Windsor Castle. Also: ceremony combines British tradition and African-American culture, and US bishop wows guests with 'power of love' address.
18
MAY
7pm

More than 100 Die in Cuba Plane Crash

Just three survivors are found after a passenger plane crashes near Havana. Also, ten people are killed in a Texas high school shooting - police have arrested the shooter, and scientists warn that fungal infections are becoming increasingly difficult to cure because of their resistance to the drugs that treat them.
18
MAY
10am

All of Chile's Catholic Bishops Offer to Resign

34 Chilean Bishops offer Pope Francis their resignation following a child sex scandal and cover-up. They asked forgiveness from victims and the Church for their "grave errors and omissions". Also, the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal is discharged from hospital after being poisoned and three US states are trialling the use of nitrogen as a method of execution.
17
MAY
7pm

EU Moves to Block US Sanctions on Iran

The measures will protect EU firms following the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal. Also, the controversial nominee, Gina Haspel, is confirmed as the CIA's first female director, and a school in China pilots a high-tech surveillance system to see if pupils are paying attention.
17
MAY
10am

Ebola Outbreak Spreads to DR Congo City

The World Health Organization says the spread of Ebola to Mbandaka means there is the potential for an "explosive increase" in the number of cases. Also: Meghan Markle is said to be sad over the absence of her father from the Royal wedding, and why are whale sharks heading to Madagascar?
16
MAY
7pm

Trump on North Korea Summit: 'We'll Have to See'

The US President says it's unclear if his planned meeting with Kim Jong-un will go ahead. Also, Michigan State University agrees to pay $500m to gymnasts who were abused by ex-team doctor Larry Nassar, and astronomers make the most distant ever detection of oxygen.
15
MAY
7pm

North Korea Raises Doubts Over US Summit

Pyongyang cancels talks with Seoul over US military exercises and tells Washington to think carefully about the Summit; angry exchanges at the UN over deaths and injuries on the border between Israel and Gaza; American author Tom Wolfe dies at the age of eighty-eight.
15
MAY
11am

Gaza Tense as Palestinians Begin to Bury 58 Dead

Funerals held in Gaza after deadliest day of violence there since a war in 2014.Also, fierce fighting between Taliban and government forces in Afghan city of Farah, why brutal gangs dominate Guyana's border with Venezuela, appeals for understanding after Meghan Markle's father says he won't attend royal wedding, and the 'man with magic blood' who's saved over two million lives.
14
MAY
10am

Gaza Clashes: Dozens Killed in Protests as US opens Jerusalem Embassy

More Palestinians killed by Israeli troops in deadliest day of clashes in several years.Also, Iraqi Prime Minister trails rivals as election results counted, family of five bomb Indonesian police headquarters, international concern over young Sudanese woman facing death-sentence, and 104 year old pianist releases new CD.

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