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Hillary about to "claw her way back"?
FM4 Reality Check
Substantial wins for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are shaking up the US primary season.
Although New Hampshire has proved supportive of the Clintons in the past, it was Bernie Sanders who swept to a dramatic victory yesterday, leaving Hillary Clinton over 20 points behind him.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump surged ahead of all rivals, making it hard to see where a serious challenger can come from.
Analyst, James Boys, gives his reactions to the results.
The situation on Lesbos
Lidwina Dox of the Red Cross describes her experiences in a month or coordinating refugee aid and rescue teams, and training volunteers on Lesbos.
Controversial anti-terror laws in France
The French parliament is due to vote on controversial changes to the constitution regarding stripping convicted terrorists of their citizenship. Catherine Field reports from Paris.
Choosing the UN Secretary General
AFP / PIERRE ANDRIEU
With Ban Ki Moon set to stand down at the end of this year, a group calling itself "1 for 7 billion" has launched a campaign to make the selection process for his successor more transparent.
Co-founder of the campaign, Natalie Samarasinghe, says the current system is as secretive as that of choosing the Pope, and it it high time that the people of the world should have a say in who gets the job, or at least a say in how he or she is chosen.