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    Main topics for Sunday, October 22:

    • US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is back in the Gulf to try and help resolve an ongoing diplomatic dispute between Qatar and its neighbours. But after several mediation attempts, will Tillerson be able to make a difference this time?

    • Shinzo Abe is on track to become Japan's longest serving prime minister, now that his coalition is projected to win a majority in Japan’s snap election. We look at what Abe has done to secure his political future.

    • The Iranian government is opening a new clinic for drug-addicted mothers. It is meant to help them get clean and also reunite with their children. We go to Tehran to see how the programme is working.

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