Hours after a rocket hit a house near Tel Aviv and injured seven people, Israel is carrying out strikes on Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip. Could this be the start of a full-scale conflict?
Also in the programme; after two years, a summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia has come out. We look at what it tells us - and what we're still left wondering.
(Photo: Fire and smoke below above buildings in Gaza City during reported Israeli strikes. Credit: Getty Images)
US Democrats demand full Mueller Report
Democratic Party leaders in the United States have called on the Justice Department to release the full report into allegations of collusion with Russia by Donald Trump's campaign team during the 2016 election.
Also in the programme: confusion reigns in the Thai elections, and we go to the Democratic Republic of Congo where the number of people known to have contracted Ebola now exceeds 1000.
Image: The US Department of Justice in Washington, DC. Credit: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images.
Trump-Russia Inquiry says President 'Did Not Conspire'
A summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report released on Sunday "did not draw a conclusion" as to whether there was any obstruction of justice, whilst not exonerating the president.
Also in the programme: Official results have been postponed in Thailand's first election since the military seized power five years ago; and how passengers on the stricken cruise liner Viking Sky feared the ship might sink off the coast of Norway.
(PHOTO: US President Donald Trump. CREDIT: Getty Images)
Thailand votes in first post-coup election
Most voting appears to have gone mostly smoothly in Thailand's first election since the military took power in a coup five years ago. Ahead of the poll, King Maha Vajiralongkorn urged voters to choose good leaders and reject bad people who would cause chaos.
Also in the programme: the Mossad agent who led the operation to capture the Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Argentina has died; and reports have surfaced of an attempt by senior cabinet ministers to force out British prime minister Theresa May.
Picture: Thai election officials count ballots after the closing of the polling stations during the general election in Bangkok, Thailand, 24 March 2019. Credit: EPA/NARONG SANGNAK.
Million Join Brexit Protest Say Organisers
With less than a week from the initially agreed 29 March date for Britain to leave the EU, a rally calling for a further Brexit referendum attracted a million people according to the organisers.
Also in the programme: Aid agencies say they're in a race against time to reach survivors of the powerful cyclone that tore through Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi a week ago. And why has Pope Francis accepted the resignation of the Archbishop of Santiago over a cover up of sexual abuse cases, but rejected the resignation of French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin over similar allegations?
(Photo: Anti-Brexit campaigners taking part in the People's Vote March in London. Credit: Aaron Chown/PA Wire)