The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are pushing ahead with their mission to oust the Islamic State (IS) group from its de facto capital, Raqqa, making key gains in the east of the city. Yet as our reporters on the ground found out, the SDF are now contending with a new threat from the jihadist fighters: small, agile drones that are hampering the US-backed airstrikes. Specialist researcher Edouard Pflimlin tells us how these commercial-grade weapons have become part of the conflict.
We also take a look at how the economic and diplomatic crisis in Qatar could have consequences elsewhere in the region, as Palestinians in Gaza fear they'll be abandoned by Doha.
And we learn about the colourful coral reef in Israel that could provide scientists with important answers, as marine life struggles to survive rising sea temperatures across the globe.