The alliance decided to focus on China - and to answer criticism from the US president. But he had worries of his own at home. Also in this edition: the prime minister of Malta says he'll resign because of the scandal over the murder of a journalist; China ramps up facial recognition; and a final look at the UK general election campaign.
(Picture: NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace in London apparently laughing at President Trump's behaviour.
The rich countries where people are dying younger
Life expectancy in the US has fallen for the past three years. It's a similar story in Britain. Why? Also in this edition: why France is fighting Islamist rebels in the Sahel; two key moments in the UK general election; France takes action against violence against women; and the challenge facing the young winners from the Hong Kong elections.
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Why the prince left public life
Prince Andrew gave a television interview which aroused public outrage. He failed to express sympathy for victims of his paedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein. Also in this programme: an audience laughs at Britain's would-be prime ministers; evidence from a Trump donor makes impeachment more likely; Iran quells its worst protests in years; and the crucial role of onions in South Asian politics.
(Picture: Prince Andrew being interviewed by the BBC's Emily Maitlis.
Trump impeachment hearings go public
Television is carrying the evidence as officials give it. It's likely to make a bigger impact on the public. Also in this programme: the long-serving president of Bolivia is forced from office; what the British general election means in Northern Ireland; new weapons against Ebola; and the deeper meaning of India's Ayodhya ruling.
(Picture: US diplomats George Kent and William Taylor are sworn in before giving public evidence to the Trump impeachment inquiry in Washington.