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The Yemeni port city of Aden has seen a day of violence between erstwhile allies in the country's civil war. A representative of the World Food Programme on the ground tells Newshour that the city already has a large population of displaced people and that any fighting makes a fragile situation worse.
Also on the programme: The man behind the flatpack - we remember the founder of IKEA; and the auction for the Indian Premier League has just finished - millions of dollars has been spent on hiring the best cricketers, but not everyone thinks it's money well spent.
(Image: Fighters from Yemen's southern separatist movement gather in an Aden street. Credit: Saleh Al-Obeidi/Getty Images)
Israel has formally reprimanded Poland's most senior diplomat in the country, over a proposed law that would outlaw descriptions of Nazi death camps as Polish. But a member of Poland's ruling party tells Newshour the bill is aimed at preventing Holocaust denial.
Also in the programme: The founder of the Swedish furniture giant Ikea has died; and hospitals in Kabul are struggling to cope with the casualties from a suicide bombing in the Afghan capital.
(Image: The "Arbeit Macht Frei" gate at the former Nazi German concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz. Credit: REUTERS/Kacper Pempel)
A huge bomb concealed in an ambulance has exploded in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing at least 63 people and injuring more than 100.
Also in the programme: reports that Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed has been released; and are we on a collision course to nuclear war?
(Photo: Afghan security personnel arrive at a site after a bomb attack in Kabul. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Donald Trump has been beating the drum for America and his Presidency at a gathering of political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum. We speak to experts about whether prospects for the US economy are as rosy as the President makes out.
Also on the programme; Thousands of refugees flee conflict in eastern Congo for Burundi. We hear from our reporter at the border. And a tribute to Elizabeth Hawley,the American who verified climbs of Mount Everest, who has died at the age of 94.
(Photo: US President Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Credit: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)
President Trump told the World Economic Forum that business in America is flourishing under his administration. He said that he supports free trade, but that it must be fair and reciprocal.
Also in the programme: Mosul rebuilds after IS occupation; Britain and The Netherlands voice concern that WWII shipwrecks are being looted for scrap metal in waters off Indonesia.
Picture: Donald Trump speaks at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Credit: Getty Images