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Theresa May outlines more of her vision for a post-Brexit vision. The prime minister said the UK will not seek to be part of the single market.
Also on the programme: Russia in the age of Trump; MH370 search ends; TS Eliot poetry prize
(Picture: Britain"s Prime Minister Theresa May delivers her keynote "Brexit speech" at Lancaster House in London. Credit: EPA)
Donald Trump has praised Britain as “smart” for opting out of the European Union, in an interview with the pro-Brexit Conservative MP Michael Gove, published in the Times newspaper.
Also on the programme: Unrest in the Gambia ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Adama Barrow; and why is a 4,500 year old pot being returned to Turkey?
(Picture: US President-elect Donald Trump (L) with former UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove (R). Copyright: Daniel Biskup/The Times)
A growing number of Democratic members of congress say they won't be attending Donald Trump's swearing in as the 45th president of the United States. Mark DeSaulnier, who represents California's 11th district, explains why he does will not be attending the ceremony.
Also in the programme: Snap elections called in Northern Ireland; and the last man to walk on the moon - Gene Cernan - has died at the age of 82.
(Photo: Democratic Congressman John Lewis, who has announced he will be boycotting Donald Trump's inauguration . Credit: Getty Images)
More than 70 countries and international organisations are making a new push for a two-state solution in the Middle East at a conference in Paris, just days before Donald Trump takes office vowing support for Israel. We speak to a senior Fatah official and a former Israeli ambassador to the UN.
Also in the News: Another gruesome prison riot, the third this month, in Brazil and how big data could speed up development in poor countries.
(Photo: French Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Marc Ayrault at the opening of the Mideast peace conference in Paris. Credit: THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
Newshour hears reaction from both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as diplomats from across the world meet in Paris to renew efforts to find a two-state solution.
Also on the programme: the Vietnam War memories of US Secretary of State John Kerry. And the Iraqi hospitals struggling to care for soldiers fighting so-called Islamic State.
(Photo: Foreign ministers and representatives from around the world meet in Paris. Credit: Bertrand Guay/AFP/Getty Images)
Further details are emerging about the hunt to find the man who killed thirty-nine people in an Istanbul night club on New Year's eve.
Also in the programme, we hear from the United Nations relief effort in Aleppo, ask why there has been a sharp rise in women asking for divorce in Bangladesh and about the life of the artist and critic John Berger.
(Photo: Pictures of victims lie on Turkish national flags and flowers in front of the Reina nightclub where 39 people were killed on New Year's eve. Credit: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)