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On a visit to Brussels, US Vice-President Mike Pence insisted the Trump administration "will remain committed" to cooperation and partnership with the European Union. It follows comments from President Trump questioning the future of the European project.
Also in the programme, could placing patients in 'hibernation' help them survive cancer treatment? Plus search engines Google and Microsoft Bing agree to demote piracy websites.
(Photo: US Vice-President Mike Pence at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
BBC's Quentin Sommerville is with Iraqi troops as they begin the battle to free western Mosul from the so-called Islamic State.
Also on the programme: Ecuador elections; and Adolf Hitler's telephone is up for auction.
(Photo: Iraqi forces near the south of Mosul. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
The Iraqi prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, announces the beginning of the offensive to retake western Mosul from the group calling itself Islamic State.
Also on the programme: Why doctors are striking in Zimbabwe and what happened in Sweden on Friday night?
(Photo: Iraqi security forces advance towards the south of Mosul. Credit: Reuters/Khalid al Mousily)
Norma McCorvey, an American woman who was at the centre of a 1973 Supreme Court decision establishing the right to an abortion has died at the age of 69.
Also on the programme: President Trump to address his supporters in a rally in Florida; and China bans imports of North Korean coal.
(Picture: Norma McCorvey. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
US Vice President Pence: America and Europe are "bound together by the same noble ideals". Also in the programme, a fourth arrest in Kim Jong-nam murder investigation and Genghis Khan reappraised in new Dutch exhibition.
(Photo:US Vice President Mike Pence delivers a speech at the Munich Security Conference in Germany. Credit: Christof Stachechristof Stache/AFP/Getty Images)
Senior Republican Senator John McCain says that while western nations still have the power to maintain "our world order" it's unclear whether they have the will. Also in the programme, the declining finances of the Islamic State group and will Donald Trump's victory help or hinder Europe's right wing nationalists?
(Photo: US senator John McCain speaks on the first day of the 53rd Munich Security Conference. Credit: Thomas Kienzle/AFP/Getty Images)