Gay couple speak out on surrogacy: 'It's not about exploiting someone'

In this Perspective segment we're focusing on surrogacy. Our guests are David-Jean and Philippe Thareaut-Vigny, who became fathers to twin girls last year. Although a family today, the process took more than five years and was emotionally and financially demanding. Surrogacy raises difficult social, legal and moral issues around the world, such as whether the practice reduces a woman's body to a commodity. The couple travelled to the US to find a surrogate as the practice is illegal in France.

Trump demands to see Khashoggi 'murder' proof amid reports of recording

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he did not want to abandon close ally Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of a Saudi journalist and government critic, and he needed to see evidence to prove Turkish claims he was killed by Saudi agents.

Irish border remains stumbling block in Brexit talks

With five months to go until Brexit comes into force, one of the key unresolved issues is the border between the Republic of Ireland – an EU member state - and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom. This border is currently invisible since it disappeared after the Good Friday peace agreement of 1998. Today, the prospect of return to a "hard border" is a source of concern for many locals. Our correspondent reports.


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