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Donald Trump praises President Putin as "very smart" for not expelling any US diplomats in response to Washington's decision to throw out thirty-five Russians. Republican congressman Will Hurd defends President Obama's sanctions.
Also on the programme, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jody Williams sign letter to UNSC decrying peresecution of Rohingya in Myanmar; Congo deal reached to end President Kabila's term; and Polish government buys da Vinci at bargain price.
(Photograph shows US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Russia and Turkey backed ceasefire announced in Syria; The life of Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds: Writer George Orwell to get a statue at the BBC.
(Picture: Overturned tank in East Aleppo. Credit: Reuters)
Turkey says it's agreed with Russia on a ceasefire plan for Syria: we hear reaction from Turkey and the United States.
Also in the programme: China seizes three tonnes of endangered pangolin scales; and a new film about homelessness in the UK.
(Photograph shows Syrian government forces in formerly rebel-held Aleppo district. Credit: George Ourfalian/AFP/Getty Images)
US Secretary of State John Kerry defends US approach to Israel after UN vote on settlements and warns that a two-state solution is in serious jeopardy. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expresses deep disappointment over the speech and condemns it as biased.
Also on the programme: Russian anti-doping agency denies admitting to existence of doping operation; starvation threat in Nigeria; and a Congolese musical journey.
(Photograph shows US Secretary of State John Kerry delivering remarks on Middle East peace. Credit: Getty Images)