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Recent Episodes

Pressure Mounts Following Flynn Resignation

Some senior Republicans have joined Democrats in calling for an inquiry into General Flynn's contacts with Moscow. Also in the programme, the campaign to ban the sale of fake Aboriginal art and India launches hundreds of nano satellites into orbit.

(Photo: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer speaks to the media on Capitol Hill following a policy lunch held in the wake of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigning from his post. Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

The Flynn Fallout

US National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn is asked to resign by the President over handling of phone calls with Russian ambassador; Iceland police tell drivers to stop staring at the Northern Lights; India overtakes China as having highest air pollution deaths.

(Picture: Michael Flynn, former U.S. national security advisor, arrives at a ceremony in the White House. Credit: Getty Images)

Half-Brother of North Korean Leader Reported Killed

A source close to the Malaysian Prime Minister's Office has confirmed to the BBC that Kim Jong Un's half brother has been assassinated inside the airport at Kuala Lumpur. Kim Jong Nam, was the eldest son of the late North Korean leader, Kim Jong Il, but is thought to have fled the country after he was passed over for the leadership of the regime.

(Photo: Kim Jong-Nam getting off a bus to board an airplane at Narita airport near Tokyo in 2001. Credit: Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP/Getty Images)

What do the US and Canadian leaders have in common?

The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has just had his first face-to-face meeting with the new US President Donald Trump. On the surface, the two men don't have much in common. But they share a huge border, and intertwined economies. Also on the programme: the Iranian director on his award-winning movie, which is part history, part horror; and the robbers who came from the skies to scoop antique books.

(President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shake hands during a joint news conference in the White House. Credit: AP)

Michael Flynn Controversy

A top White House official declined in several interviews over the weekend to defend national security adviser, Michael Flynn, amid controversy over his alleged contacts with Russian officials before Mr Trump took office. Mr Flynn reportedly discussed sanctions with Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak in the weeks before the inauguration.

Also on the programme: Grammys 2017 losers and winners and why ballet is good for rugby?

(Photo: Michael Flynn. Credit: Getty Images)

Anti-Trump Protests in Mexico

Thousands of Mexicans have protested against President Trump's immigration policy. The protests were held in several cities including the capital Mexico City.

Also on the programme Jazz legend Al Jarreau dies and La La Land takes the top prizes at the Baftas, the last major film awards before the Oscars.

(Photo: Protesters take part in an anti-Trump march in Mexico City. Credit: Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images)