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Ames since Cold War

For the first time, some of China's land forces are also taking part in the drill in Siberia. Also: Ethiopia-Eritrea border reopens after 20 years. And Serena Williams: an Australian cartoonist's depiction is criticised as racist.
10
SEP
7pm

US to Close PLO Mission in Washington

The US accuses the Palestinian leadership of failing to engage in peace efforts with Israel. Also: Hurricane Florence sparks evacuations along the US East Coast and Facebook animal trade exposed in Thailand.
10
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10am

China Accused of 'Political Indoctrination' of Muslim Minority

Human Rights Watch says it has new evidence that large numbers of Uighur Muslims in China are facing forced indoctrination. Also: the head of the UN nuclear watchdog has issued a fresh warning that North Korea is continuing to develop its nuclear programme, and huge gold-encrusted rocks unearthed in Australia.
09
SEP
7pm

Sweden Nationalists Make Election Gains

Anti-immigration Sweden Democrats claim their party's performance in the general election will give them "real influence" over Swedish politics. Also: Tennis authorities punish Serena Williams for her on-court outburst at the US Open and Netflix triumphs at the Venice Film Festival.
08
SEP
7pm

Amnesty strongly criticises mass trial of protesters in Egypt

Seventy-five sentenced to death in Egypt following mass trial of Islamist protesters; Ahead of a general election that could see big gains for the far right, the Swedish prime minister speaks out against extremism; Afghan government introduces special measures to protect the country's Shia minority
07
SEP
7pm

Ama Slams the Trump Presidency

During a speech at the University of Illinois, the former President said Americans were living in "dangerous times" and urged people to vote in November's Congressional midterm elections. Also: tens of thousands of people in the Syrian province of Idlib are calling on the international community to protect them from a looming military assault, and how one dog managed to survive eating over 200 pebbles.
07
SEP
11am

Fate of Idlib Looms over Syria Talks

A humanitarian disaster and use of chemical weapons are feared, if an offensive on rebels in Idlib begins. Also: the front-runner in Brazil's presidential election, Jair Bolsonaro, is recovering after being stabbed at a campaign rally, and British Airways boss apologises for data breach.
06
SEP
10am

Historic India Ruling Legalises Gay Sex

The Indian ruling is a victory for many who have fought to end discrimination against same-sex couples. Also: South Sudan troops jailed for rape and murder, and London police celebrate one hundred years of The Flying Squad.
05
SEP
7pm

Ams Damning Article

An anonymous senior member of President Trump's own administration has attacked him in a New York Times opinion piece and suggested White House workers are resisting him. Also: executives from Twitter and Facebook have acknowledged that they took too long to act against campaigns to meddle in US elections, and the city of Florence gets tough on tourists who eat on the street.
05
SEP
11am

Amed

Two men accused of the Salisbury poisonings are believed to be from Russia's military intelligence service. Also: Pompeo in Pakistan for talks with PM Khan and WHO says lack of exercise puts one in four people at risk.

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