Part One: Race relations in the United States, always fragile, hit a low point in the last week with the shooting of police officers in Dallas, in apparent retaliation for the shooting of African Americans. Simon Carswell reports on the aftermath of the bloodshed and how it is spilling over into the election campaign.
Part Two: Newly relected Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe may now attempt to change the constitution, brought in by the occupying Americans after World War Two, to remove stipulations including a prohibition on waging war and the powers of the Emperor. David McNeill reports from Tokyo.
Part Three: London Editor Denis Staunton on Theresa May's surprisingly straightforward ascent to Number 10.
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