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Demonstrators in Hong Kong have barricaded themselves in at university campuses across the island. The authorities have closed all of the territory's schools and kindergartens until next week in response. The past week has seen some of the worst violence in the five month pro-democracy campaign.
Also in the programme: Reports of rocket attacks in the Gaza trip following a ceasefire and why some herbal remedies may be harming cancer patients.
(Picture: Protesters in Hong Kong. Credit: REUTERS/Thomas Peter)
Mr Trump is accused of trying to press Ukraine into investigating his political rival, Joe Biden. Giving his testimony, the acting US ambassador to Ukraine, Bill Taylor said a staff member was told that Mr Trump cared more about the investigations into Mr Biden than about Ukraine.
Also in the programme: President Trump's meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the plastic pollution problem in the Philippines.
(Picture: Ambassador Bill Taylor testifies as House Intelligence Committee holds hearing on Trump impeachment inquiry on Capitol Hill. Credit: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)
President Donald Trump is accused of improperly seeking help from Ukraine to boost his chances of re-election next year -- something he denies. So far all of the evidence has been given in private -- but it will now be broadcast live.
Also in the programme: Bolivian opposition senator Jeanine Áñez has declared herself interim president; and we speak to the Executive Editor of the New York Times, Dean Baquet, about the challenges, and responsibilities, of journalists in the era of President Trump.
Picture: U.S. President Donald Trump. November 8, 2019. Credit: REUTERS.
Rocket fire is exchanged after Israel's killing of a senior Islamic Jihad commander. Violence escalated after Israel killed militant commander Baha Abu al-Ata. Four more Palestinians were also killed.
Also in the programme: Spain's Socialists agree to work with the hard-left Unidas Podemos party in an attempt to form a coalition government; former Bolivian President Evo Morales has arrived in Mexico City saying he has asked for asylum; and pneumonia is named the world's biggest killer of children.
Picture: An image taken from CCTV video made available by Israel's national roads authority showing the moment a rocket, apparently fired from Gaza, struck a road near the city of Ashdod, Israel, 12 November 2019. Credit: EPA / Netivei Israel.
Israel's prime minister said Abu al-Ata was a "ticking bomb" who was planning to carry out attacks on the country. At least 150 rockets have been fired at Israel from Gaza since the killing, which the Palestinian Islamic Jihad has vowed to avenge.
Also on the programme: Former US Secretary of State and First Lady Hilary Clinton is in the UK and delivers a scathing message for Britain's Prime Minister; and Bolivia's former President Evo Morales flees to Mexico.
(Picture: Baha Abu Al-Ata attends a rally in Gaza city in October 2016 Credit: AFP/Getty Images)