Newshour

by BBC · · ·

Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.

Italy's populist government, already indebted, plans to spend more to fulfil its campaign promises. But this has incurred the displeasure of Brussels. Also in the programme: President Trump threatens to cut aid to countries that fail to stop Central American migrants reaching the US southern border. And a Turkish paper claims phone calls were made from the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to the office of the Saudi Crown Prince during the "interrogation" of Jamal Khashoggi. (Photo: Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte holds a news conference in Rome. Credit: Reuters/Max Rossi)

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