Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi dies in court. Also on the programme; Chinese President Xi Jinping is to make his first state visit to North Korea in the coming days and; the White House has accused Iran of “nuclear blackmail” after it warned it was close to breaching a key part of the international agreement to restrict its nuclear activities.
(Photo: Egypt’s ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi stands behind the bars during his trial in Cairo. Credit: Getty)
Freed activist calls on Hong Kong leader to resign
We hear from Hong Kong's most prominent student activist, Joshua Wong, who has called for the resignation of leader Carrie Lam, after walking free from prison.
Also on the programme: Allegations that China is continuing with the practice of harvesting organs from political prisoners; and efforts to save indigenous languages in Australia by teaching them to children.
(Photo: Activist Joshua Wong speaks to the media after being released from prison on June 17, 2019 in Hong Kong. Credit: Carl Court/Getty Images)
Power outage blacks out Argentina and Uruguay
Electricity is being restored after a blackout left tens of millions without power. We hear from our correspondent in Buenos Aires.
Also in the programme: highlights from the first televised debate between candidates vying to replace Theresa May as British Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister; Guatemala goes to the polls; and attempts to make all cocoa production fair trade.
Photo: A woman lights candles at her home in Uruguay's capital Montevideo. Credit: AFP / Getty.
Mass protest against Hong Kong extradition bill
Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the streets of Hong Kong to call for an end to a proposed government bill and the resignation of its leader Carrie Lam. Although the government has suspended the bill, protesters are calling for it to be scrapped completely.
Also on the programme: With growing calls for the impeachment of President Donald Trump from Democrats in the United States - we look back an iconic moment in American political history. And we hear about the launch of a new universal national service in France.
(Photo: Protesters hold banners and shout slogans as they march on a street on June 16, 2019 in Hong Kong China. Credit: Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)
Did Iran attack oil tankers in the Gulf?
Was Iran really responsible for the attacks on tankers in the Gulf? We speak to a former American intelligence officer who tells us at least three other countries have the capacity to mount such an attack.
Also on the programme: Protesters in Hong Kong say they will stay on the streets until the proposed extradition law is ditched. And we speak to the son of Italian theatre and film director Franco Zeffirelli, who has died aged 96.
(Photo: An oil tanker after it was attacked at the Gulf of Oman. Credit: Reuters)